SHOCKER: Law Firm Behind Trump University Suit Paid Clintons $675,000 for Speeches – FIGURES!


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The law firm behind the Trump University suit paid Bill and Hillary Clinton $675,000 for speeches.
World Net Daily reported:

Documents released Wednesday in a case accusing Trump University of fraud confirmed the law firm behind the national class-action lawsuit paid Bill and Hillary Clinton a total of $675,000 for speeches.

Some 400 pages of court exhibits were ordered released Friday by a U.S. district judge. reported Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP, the San Diego-based law firm with the most lawyers representing plaintiffs in the two currently active class action suits in the Trump University case, in total paid Hillary Clinton $450,000 for two speeches. One was given in September 2013 and the second a year later, in September 2014, in addition to the $225,000 the San Diego law firm paid Bill Clinton for a speech he gave in 2009 before the firm was renamed.

The widely read economics blog also noted that amid the litigation, Patrick Coughlin, one of the Robbins Geller attorneys, maxed out his contributions to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.

“Records maintained by the Federal Election Commission indicate that Coughlin has been a longtime financial supporter of both the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton,” noted. “In February, he donated $5,400 to her campaign.”


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