Clinton Takes Heat For Wall Street, Campaign Finance Hypocrisies
Hillary Clinton took center stage tonight at MSNBC’s candidate forum in South Carolina. Despite lunging to the left at every chance, Clinton still took heat from fellow candidates Martin O’Malley (D-MD) and Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and even moderator Rachel Maddow (D-MSNBC).
Sanders Calls Out Clinton On Campaign Finance Hypocrisy
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Maddow Calls Out Clinton’s Wall Street Connections
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Which resulted in these tweets:
Hillary Clinton supposedly told the financial industry to stop being bad. Then she voted for the bankruptcy bill & backed a Wall St bailout.
— David Sirota (@davidsirota) November 7, 2015
Real question: can @HillaryClinton identify the time she ever told Wall Street to "stop it." She took their $ and never made a peep.
— Lis Smith (@Lis_Smith) November 7, 2015
Reminder: Out Of The Six Organizations That Have Given More Than $500,000 To Hillary Clinton’s Political Campaigns, Four Of Them Are Major Banks