Friday, October 14, 2016

Chelsea Clinton was more focused on news story than suicidal staffer

A New York Post story detailing the relationship between disgraced former New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine’s company MF Global and consulting firm Teneo — which was paying Bill Clinton at the time — became an issue in a 2011 battle between Chelsea Clinton and Teneo’s co-founder.

Chelsea’s focus on the story — and not on the health of two staffers at the Clinton Foundation — led to an outburst from Teneo’s Doug Band, according to leaked emails.

The Post story on Dec. 6, 2011, reported: “Even as Jon Corzine’s MF Global was collapsing, a firm that includes former President Bill Clinton in a senior post was raking in huge fees for public-relations and financial advice from the ill-fated brokerage, The Post has learned.
“Clinton’s office insists the former president did not profit from the relationship between MF Global and Teneo Holdings, where he is chairman of the advisory board. But Teneo, on whose advisory board former British Prime Minister Tony Blair also sits, was paid $125,000 a month for at least five months in one of MF’s biggest consulting arrangements, according to sources at the brokerage house.”


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

She is just like her Mom & Dad read up on stories of her time in the White House you will find out what a racist she really is superior to all in their kingdom.