Hillary Pay For Play Corruption Was Rampant

300x200_hillary_moneyA top aide to Hillary Clinton warned about “pay-to-play” stories that could emerge if reporters looked for overlap between all of the companies that paid Clinton six-figure sums for speeches and potential donations they provided to the Clinton Foundation, according to emails released by WikiLeaks.

A Washington Free Beacon review of the organizations that paid Clinton for speeches found that they gave at least $ 8 million, combined, to the Clinton Foundation.

Brian Fallon, Hillary Clinton’s national press secretary, sent the email to other top campaign aides in July 2015. The message dealt with the release of Clinton health records and tax forms. Fallon mapped out a detailed rollout plan for the records and tried to anticipate critical stories that could be written about them.

Fallon stated that the overlap of organizations that had paid Clinton for speeches and donated to the Clinton Foundation could “fuel pay-to-play storylines.”

“Reporters will also scrutinize the 2013 speech list for overlap between speech hosts and campaign/Foundation donors that could fuel ‘pay-to-play’ storylines,” Fallon wrote in the email.

It does not appear that any stories were published on this topic following the Clinton campaign’s release of the documents.

Hillary delivered more than 90 speeches after stepping down as secretary of state in early 2013. The lucrative gigs were each worth between $ 100,000 and $ 400,000, netting Clinton nearly $ 22 million.

Many of the companies that booked Clinton for speeches also donated generously to the Clinton Foundation. The foundation, which discloses its donors but only specifies how much they donated within wide bands, received between $ 8 million and $ 26 million in donations from speech hosts, the Free Beacon has found.

The Associated Press reported in April that more than one-third of the companies that paid Clinton to speak had contracts with the U.S. government.

Below is the list of speeches Clinton delivered between 2013 and 2015 and the amount of money the companies donated to her foundation.

4/18/2013, Morgan Stanley: $ 225,000 for speech

$ 100,000 – $ 250,000 donated to Clinton Foundation

4/24/2013, Deutsche Bank AG: $ 225,000

$ 250,000 – $ 500,000 donated to Clinton Foundation

Another $ 250,000 – $ 500,000 from Deutsche Bank Americas

4/24/2013, National Multi Housing Council: $ 225,000

No donation

4/30/2013, Fidelity Investments: $ 225,000

$ 1,000 – $ 5,000 donated to Clinton Foundation

5/8/2013, Gap Inc.: $ 225,000

$ 250,000 – $ 500,000 donated to Clinton Foundation

5/14/2013, Apollo Management Holdings LP: $ 225,000

$ 10,000 to $ 25,000 donated to Clinton Foundation from parent company Apollo Global Management

5/16/2013, Itau BBA USA Securities: $ 225,000 

No donation

5/21/2013, Verizon Communications Inc.: $ 225,000

$ 100,000 to $ 250,000 donated to Clinton Foundation

5/29/2013, Sanford C. Bernstein and Co.: $ 225,000

No donation

6/4/2013, Goldman Sachs: $ 225,000

$ 1,000,000 to $ 5,000,000 donated to Clinton Foundation

Another $ 250,000 to $ 500,000 from Goldman Sachs Philanthropy Fund

6/6/2013, Spencer Stuart: $ 225,000

$ 10,000 to $ 25,000 donated to Clinton Foundation

6/16/2013, Society for Human Resource Management: $ 285,000

No donation

6/17/2013, Economic Club of Grand Rapids: $ 225,000

No donation

6/20/2013, Boston Consulting Group Inc: $ 225,000

$ 50,000 to $ 100,000 donated to Clinton Foundation

6/20/2013, Let’s Talk Entertainment Inc.: $ 250,000

No donation

6/24/2013, American Jewish University: $ 225,000

No donation

6/24/2013, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts and Company LP: $ 225,000

Jerome Kohlberg, founder, donated $ 10,000 to $ 25,000 before passing away

7/11/2013, UBS Wealth Management: $ 225,000

$ 500,000 to $ 1,000,000 donated to Clinton Foundation

8/7/2013, Global Business Travel Association: $ 225,000

No donation

8/12/2013, National Association of Chain Drug Stores: $ 225,000

No donation

9/18/2013, American Society for Clinical Pathology: $ 225,000

$ 100,000 to $ 250,000 donated to Clinton Foundation

9/19/2013, American Society of Travel Agents Inc.: $ 225,000

No donation

10/4/2013, Long Island Association: $ 225,000

No donation

10/15/2013, National Association of Convenience Stores: $ 265,000

No donation

10/23/2013, SAP Global Marketing Inc.: $ 225,000

Provides marketing services for SAP SE, who has donated between $ 10,000 to $ 25,000 to the Clinton Foundation

10/24/2013, Accenture: $ 225,000

$ 100,000 – $ 250,000 donated to Clinton Foundation

10/24/2013, Goldman Sachs: $ 225,000

Previously listed

10/27/2013, Beth El Synagogue: $ 225,000

No donation

10/28/2013, Jewish United Fund/Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago: $ 400,000

$ 25,000 – $ 50,000 donated to Clinton Foundation

10/29/2013, Goldman Sachs: $ 225,000

Previously listed

11/4/2013, Mase Productions Inc.: $ 225,000

No donation

11/4/2013, London Drugs Ltd.: $ 225,000

$ 25,000 – $ 50,000 donated to Clinton Foundation

11/6/2013, Beaumont Health System: $ 305,000

No donation

11/7/2013, Golden Tree Asset Management: $ 275,000

No donation

11/9/2013, National Association of Realtors: $ 225,000

$ 25,000 – $ 50,000 donated to Clinton Foundation

11/13/2013, Mediacorp Canada Inc.: $ 225,000

No donation

11/13/2013, Bank of America: $ 225,000

$ 500,000 – $ 1,000,000 donated to Clinton Foundation from Bank of America Foundation

$ 100,000 – $ 250,000 donated from Bank of America Corporation

$ 1,000 – $ 5,000 donated from Bank of America Charitable Foundation

11/14/2013, CB Richard Ellis Inc.: $ 250,000

$ 250 – $ 1,000 donated from Richard Ellis to the Clinton Foundation

11/18/2013, CME Group: $ 225,000

$ 5,000 – $ 10,000 donated to Clinton Foundation

11/18/2013, Press Ganey: $ 225,000

No donation

11/21/2013, U.S. Green Building Council: $ 225,000

$ 1,000,000 – $ 5,000,000 donated to Clinton Foundation

01/06/2014, General Electric: $ 225,500

$ 1,000,000 – $ 5,000,000 donated to Clinton Foundation

01/27/2014, National Automobile Dealers Association: $ 325,500

No donation

01/27/2014, Premier Health Alliance: $ 225,500

No donation

02/06/2014, Salesforce.com: $ 225,500

$ 100,000 – $ 250,000 donated to the Clinton Foundation from Salesforce.com Foundation

$ 25,000 – $ 50,000 donated to Clinton Foundation

02/17/2014, Novo Nordisk A/S: $ 125,000

$ 50,000 – $ 100,000 donated to Clinton Foundation

02/26/2014, Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society: $ 225,500

$ 50,000 – $ 100,000 donated to Clinton Foundation

02/27/2014, A&E Television Networks: $ 280,000

No donation

03/04/2014, Association of Corporate Counsel: $ 225,500

No donation

03/05/2014, The Vancouver Board of Trade: $ 275,500

No donation

03/06/2014, tinePublic Inc.: $ 225,500

No donation

03/13/2014, Pharmaceutical Care Management Association: $ 225,500

No donation

03/13/2014, Drug Chemical and Associated Technologies: $ 250,000

No donation

03/18/2014, Xerox Corporation: $ 225,000

$ 10,000 – $ 25,000 donated to Clinton Foundation

03/18/2014, Board of Trade of Metropolitan Montreal: $ 275,000

No Donation

03/24/2014, Academic Partnerships: $ 225,500

No donation

04/08/2014, Marketo Inc.: $ 225,500

No donation

04/08/2014, World Affairs Council: $ 250,500

No donation

04/10/2014, Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries Inc.: $ 225,500

No Donation

04/10/2014, Let’s Talk Entertainment: $ 265,000

Previously listed

04/11/2014, California Medical Association (via satellite): $ 100,000

No donation

05/06/2014, National Council for Behavioral Healthcare: $ 225,500

No donation

06/02/2014, International Deli-Dairy-Bakery Association: $ 225,500

No donation

06/02/2014, Let’s Talk Entertainment: $ 265,000

Previously listed

06/10/2014, United Fresh Produce Association: $ 225,000

Previously listed

06/16/2014, tinePublic Inc.: $ 150,000

Previously listed

06/18/2014, tinePublic Inc.: $ 100,000

Previously listed

06/20/2014, Innovation Arts and Entertainment: $ 150,000

No donation

06/25/2014, Biotechnology Industry Organization: $ 335,000

No donation

06/25/2014, Innovation Arts and Entertainment: $ 150,000

Previously listed

06/26/2014, GTCR: $ 280,000

No donation

07/22/2014, Knewton Inc.: $ 225,500

No donation

07/26/2014, Ameriprise: $ 225,500

$ 10,000 – $ 25,000 donated to Clinton Foundation

$ 250 – $ 1,000 donated from Ameriprise Financial Employee Giving Program

07/29/2014, Corning Inc.: $ 225,500

$ 100,000 – $ 250,000 donated to Clinton Foundation

08/28/2014, Nexenta Systems Inc.: $ 300,000

No donation

08/28/2014, Cisco: $ 325,000

$ 1,000,000 – $ 5,000,000 donated to Clinton Foundation

09/04/2014, Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP: $ 225,500

Three of the four founding partners donated $ 2,700 apiece to Clinton’s campaign this election cycle

09/15/2014, Caridovascular Research Foundation: $ 275,000

No donation

10/02/2014, Commercial Real Estate Women Network: $ 225,500

No donation

10/06/2014, Canada 2020: $ 215,500

No donation

10/07/2014, Deutsche Bank AG: $ 280,000

Previously listed

10/08/2014, Advanced Medical Technology Association (AdvaMed): $ 265,000

No donation

10/13/2014, Council of Insurance Agents and Brokers: $ 225,500

No donation

10/14/2014, Salesforce.com: $ 225,500

Previously listed

10/14/2014, Qualcomm Inc.: $ 335,000

$ 100,000 – $ 250,000 donated to Clinton Foundation

12/04/2014, Massachusetts Conference for Women: $ 205,500

No donation

01/21/2015, tinePublic Inc.: $ 262,000

Previously listed

01/21/2015, tinePublic Inc.: $ 262,500

Previously listed

01/22/2015, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce: $ 150,000

No donation

02/24/2015, Watermark Silicon Valley Conference for Women: $ 225,500

No donation

03/11/2015, eBay Inc.: $ 315,000

$ 50,000 – $ 100,000 donated to Clinton Foundation from the eBay Foundation

$ 25,000 – $ 50,000 donated to Clinton Foundation from eBay Inc.

03/19/2015, American Camping Association: $ 260,000

No donation

The Clinton campaign did not return a request for comment.

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