Mystery surrounds sources of many Bill Clinton speaking fees

by Alana Goodman | Washington Free Beacon/  |  published on July 21, 2016

By all accounts, it was the most popular gala the Lady Taverners had ever held. Over 1,000 people packed the Park Lane Hilton in London on Oct. 30, 2009, with the crowd overflowing into the hallways, to listen to President Bill Clinton speak on the power of giving.

While Clinton’s speech helped raise a substantial sum for the prominent cricket charity, his staggering $290,000 speaking fee was not covered by the group, according to organizers. The fee also was not covered by “World Management Limited,” the marketing company Hillary Clinton listed as the payment source in her federal financial filings.

It was bankrolled by a wealthy British businessman named Robert Whitton—a name you won’t find included in the Clintons’ public disclosure forms.

  • justinwachin

    The Clinton’s have a tendency to make a lot of money from shady characters or from unknown characters. It would be interesting to know what the contributor got in exchange for the speaking fees.

  • misterdawg

    Sounds like a little money laundering to me.

  • 7papa7

    Wow the hildabeast lying, that’s a shock. She has never told the truth in her life so why would anyone expect her to now.

  • Rodney Steward

    You probably won’t hear about that man because he might have involved in the child prostitution ring that Billy-Bob had ties to that one of the Royals got caught in England! What is it that the Clinton’s have to say that’s so important, how to kill and get by with it, or donate to the Clinton foundation!

  • Gfrischmann

    But we can trust them right?

    • Dolores Adams

      Hell no, you can’t trust the Clinton’s

  • James in Texas

    Big Willie is so crooked that even his shadow will not walk too close to him, Period!

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