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Martin Armstrong on Hillary Clinton, “It’s All About Paying Her For Favors”

"It has always been about her being the first woman president and nothing else."

Former chairman of Princeton Economics International Ltd., Martin Armstrong, was asked this question on his blog ArmstrongEconomics

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; Have you ever met or advised Hillary Clinton?

His answer below…

ANSWER: No. I was asked to meet with Bill when he was first elected in Arkansas after he invited hundreds of people for a dog and pony show. I declined. There is nothing I could advise Hillary on, for it is never about the country; it is just about her. The latest scandal surfacing is her schedule as Secretary of State, which a judge has now ordered must be turned over. Hillary’s scheduled meetings while she was Secretary of State shows she was devious and untrustworthy. At least 75 meetings were identified with longtime loyal donors, corporate contributors, and others that were not recorded in her agenda or were listed with identifying details removed.

Hillary appeared on the central balcony of the New York Stock Exchange in September 2009 to ring the opening bell. Then, minutes later, Hillary attended a private breakfast with influential Wall Street and business leaders. She withheld the identities of those people she met with. These omissions are just the tip of the iceberg of names and events she omitted from her historical record of meetings. This is typical of Hillary who represents the climax of arrogance and corruption among career politicians. These types of people have been getting away with this for so long that they cannot imagine running a government for any reason other than personal gain.

No, there is nothing I would be able to advise her on because she is not interested in the country. It has always been about her being the first woman president and nothing else. It’s all about paying her for favors. There is nothing I need from Hillary.


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