Hillary campaign planning to spend $2.5 billion, or just under half of the amount unaccounted for during her tenure at State
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During Hillary Clinton’s time at the State Department, they were unable to provide a paper trail for $6 billion worth of contracts. Hillary and the administration waved it off as a “bureaucratic issue,” which is probably why Team Hillary will consider the price tag for the Oval Office to be chump change:
Hillary Rodham Clinton and her support groups are opening a massive fundraising effort to collect an historically-high $2.5 billion to win the White House, according to reports.
That amounts to $37.92 per vote in the general election for the Democrat, more than ever spent in a national campaign. The math is based on the votes received by President Obama in his reelection, 65,915,796.
I imagine that foreign governments alone will probably pony up half that (if they haven’t already), laundered of course through the Clinton Foundation. By the way, this part of the title of the article in the previous link cracks me up: “Raise major ethical questions for Hillary Clinton.” Hillary Clinton asks herself no “ethical questions,” and neither does a great deal of the media, which is how we’ve ended up with the modern-day politics’ version of the Gambino family retaining so much power in American politics, and they’re attempting to get even more.
Want to see something pathetic?
How many of those morons were Hillary staffers who just wanted to beg her for a place to sleep?