This video from the USA says about itself:
14 February 2016
Hillary Clinton keeps telling us that she’s gonna be really tough on bankers, all while her campaign and her personal finances have been enriched by the very same banksters. Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks breaks down a story about corrupt bankers donating money to the Clinton Foundation. Tell us what you think in the comment section below.
Leaked files from HSBC’s Swiss banking division reveal the identities of seven donors to the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation with accounts in Geneva.
They include Frank Giustra, a Canadian mining magnate and one of the foundation’s biggest financial backers, and Richard Caring, the British retail magnate who, the bank’s internal records show, used his tax-free Geneva account to transfer $1m into the New York-based foundation.
Mr Caring gives lots of money to the British Conservative party as well.
Hillary Clinton has expressed concern over growing economic inequality in the US and is expected to make the issue a cornerstone of her widely anticipated presidential campaign in 2016. However, political observers are increasingly asking whether the former secretary of state’s focus on wealth inequality sits uncomfortably with the close relationships she and her husband have nurtured with some of the world’s richest individuals.”
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