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Thursday, October 27, 2016

WikiLeaks exposes Hillary: the Fund Manager Clinton tried to commit suicide

The portal WikiLeaks, on 10 October “publicized” another batch of emails of John Podestà, who holds the position of head of the electoral headquarters of the candidate in US presidents from Democratic party Hillary Clinton. Some of them reported that the employees of the Foundation, Clinton felt so stressed at work that was thinking about how to settle scores with life.

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In particular, we are talking about the head of the Clinton Foundation Laura Graham. In correspondence it is stated that the woman was driven to despair by problems at work.

“Last night Graham called me, as her therapist was unavailable. She was on Staten island in his car a few metres from the water, with his foot on the gas pedal. She admitted she can no longer tolerate the stress of quarreling with bill and Chelsea Clinton” reads one of the letters ex-Advisor to bill Clinton, lawyer Doug Band, is addressed Podesta.

“Chelsea Clinton is behaving like a spoiled child does that creates problems,… says not yet found its way,” writes the Band in a different message.

In total, WikiLeaks has published 2086 e-mails from the box to the Podestà. Their content concerns not only the personal life of the couple Clinton, but also political and economic “things”, in particular, uvelichenie minimum U.S. wage to $15 and the sexual life of bill Clinton, who, in the opinion of the authors of the letters, can negatively affect the election campaign of his wife.

We will remind, the first part of the correspondence was published by the portal on October 8 and contained 2060 letters.

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