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Citizens United responds to Clinton attack with parody email


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2582985Washington Examiner:

Sarah Westwood



Citizens United responded to Hillary Clinton's attack on the group in her New Hampshire concession speech Tuesday by publishing a parody email about the former secretary of state's many paid speeches to special interest groups.




From: Speaking Agency

Sent: Wednesday, February 10, 2016, 12:00 PM

To: H hrod17@clintonemail.com

Cc: Huma; Cheryl; Jake

Subject: Citizens United Speaking Invitation!?!?!



We’ve received the following firm invitation from Citizens United (yes, THAT Citizens United)

. They are inviting you to speak to their members to discuss Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission , your opposition to the First Amendment , Hillary The Movie, and your continued commitment to transparency in government. We have secured a speaking fee similar to what you took from Goldman Sachs. Please let us know if this is something you’d like to accept. See below for the specific details.


Primary date offered: January 20, 2017 (you are available–already checked)

Honorarium and travel expenses: Whatever North Korea was going to pay Bill in 2012 and a roundtrip private jet of course smile.png


Please note: Publicly, you really hate these guys. But hey, you did the Goldman Sachs speeches, right?

Sponsor Description: Citizens United seeks to reassert the traditional American values of limited government, freedom of enterprise, strong families, and national sovereignty and security. They also kick started Whitewater and other Clinton investigations in the 1990s (with David Brock's help).

Past Speakers: Ken Starr, Alfonse D’Amato, Newt Gingrich


Other Details: Citizens United President David Bossie will introduce you (former congressional investigator - you know him). FYI - he wants you to provide your Goldman Sachs speech transcripts so he can better prepare for your intro–shouldn’t be a problem??

Invited Attendees: Citizens United’s 500,000 members nationwide


Recommendation: Why stop now? And we could use the cash.


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