New Report: Hillary Clinton Invited Vladimir Putin to Clinton Foundation Gala

Democrats are convinced that Russia somehow swung the 2016 election for Donald Trump. But they weren’t as panicked when Hillary Clinton was palling around with Putin to benefit her family foundation while she was secretary of state. Newly uncovered emails paint a vivid picture.

Conservative Review has the story:

Emails: Hillary Clinton invited Putin to Clinton Foundation gala

Just two months into her term as secretary of state, Hillary Clinton’s foundation invited Russian leader Vladimir Putin, along with several other prominent heads of state, to the Clinton Global Initiative’s 2009 annual gathering, emails obtained by the watchdog group Judicial Watch reveal.

The March 13, 2009, email from the Clinton Foundation showed that Putin and about 200 other leaders (including others just as controversial) were invited to attend a gathering that occurred at about the same time that the newly appointed secretary of state was attempting a “reset” with Moscow.

The email, which was sent from Clinton Foundation director of foreign policy Amitabh Desai to Assistant Secretary of State Andrew Shapiro and then forwarded to top Clinton aide Jake Sullivan, also highlights the potential massive conflict of interest between a non-profit foundation and the federal government.

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This may come as a shock to casual observers of global politics, as Clinton represented herself as a fierce anti-Putin hawk on the 2016 election campaign trail. Clinton routinely reprimanded now-President Donald Trump for not condemning Putin. She called Trump’s stance on Russia “unseemly” and “beyond one’s imagination.”

Do we need to set up a second Russia investigation? Surely, Democrats will want to get to the bottom of this.


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