Clinton Bills Universities For Transcripts, Then Bans Their Release
Capital New York obtained a copy of the contract for Hillary Clinton’s speech at the University of Buffalo. Among the terms is a $1,000 fee imposed on the University for a professional stenographer to transcribe her remarks.
Wonder how many college students on campus would be willing to transcribe her remarks for a little less.
As a result, there should be publicly available transcripts of her remarks at paid speeches, right? Think again. According to The Washington Post, the Clintons’ contracts bar sponsors from distributing video or text of their remarks.
Some sponsors say the Clintons’ contracts have contained stipulations barring sponsors from recording their speeches or distributing video or text of their remarks.
What in these speeches does she have to hide?