HYPOCRITE: Obama Collects Millions For Speech In Italy

Obama spent eight years lecturing America about the evils of greed and capitalism. Remember – this is the same man who once famously said of Wall Street workers – at some point you’ve made enough money.

Apparently, that rule doesn’t apply to him. He made almost a million dollars for two speeches a few weeks ago and today, he’s collecting over two million for a speech in Italy.

Express UK reports:

Bit rich? Barack Obama ‘to pocket £2.5million for sold-out speech in Milan today’

BARACK Obama will reportedly pocket a staggering £2.5million (€3million) today for delivering a speech to a sold-out audience in Milan as part of his lucrative post-presidential speaking tour.

The former President, who has already earned hundreds of thousands of dollars for private speeches since leaving the White House, will make his highest-paying appearance yet at the Global Food Innovation Summit today.

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President Obama flew into Italy’s business capital yesterday, and according to local media headed straight for the extravagant Park Hyatt hotel, which can cost up to £7,100 (€8,400) a night.

After bringing the city to a standstill with a convoy of 14 cars, a helicopter and a 300-strong police escort, President Obama’s entourage reportedly took over two floors of the hotel.

At this rate, Obama will be a billionaire in a very short amount of time.

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