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WikiLeaks Exposes Hillary Clinton Speeches to Goldman Sachs She Wanted to Keep Private

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(Worthy News) - During the primary campaign and now well into general election season, Hillary Clinton has tried to keep paid speeches to the global investment banking company Goldman Sachs under wraps. She was paid $675,000 for three off-the-record discussions in 2013. Her main primary opponent Bernie Sanders and now Republican nominee Donald Trump have charged that she did not want what she said to one of the world's richest, most influential banks to get to voters.

WikiLeaks Goldman Sachs Speech -- Part 1

WikiLeaks Goldman Sachs Speech -- Part 2

WikiLeaks Goldman Sachs Speech -- Part 3

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