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Clinton mentions little about longest held job: corporate lawyer

Saturday, October 29, 2016 12:25
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Clinton mentions little about longest held job: corporate lawyer | 29 Oct 2016 | Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has campaigned on a largely populist message about helping the underclass in which she and surrogates frequently refer to her post-law school job working for the Children's Defense Fund. However, Clinton later worked for 15 years as a corporate litigator at the Rose Law Firm in Arkansas's capital, longer than any other position in or out of government. One of her first assignments as a corporate lawyer, in fact, landed her far from her roots. She helped overturn a ballot measure that increased electric rates for businesses and lowered them for the poor, according to The Wall Street Journal.

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  • Her many years as an attorney is what makes her feigned stupidity about her private e-mail server and Classified information truly ridiculous, ludicrous and completely unbelievable. Not only did she know better than to do what she did, she knew better than most people that would be in her position.
    What a lying, treacherous sack of sh!!.

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