CLINTONS USED A CHINESE COOK TO SELL WHITE HOUSE SLEEPOVERS FOR $400K AND FUNNEL DONATIONS FROM RICH CHINESE

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Financial help from foreign governments goes back to a little-talked-about story of Hillary and Bill's relationship with China that began at the Fu Lin Chinese Restaurant in Little Rock, Arkansas during Clinton's days as governor. and their friendship with Charles Yah Lin Trie (above with the Clintons) , a fry cook in the kitchen who eventually became co-owner

 

( Daily Mail ) Once the shock of Hillary Clinton election loss passed, the blame game began.

But FBI Director Comey’s decision to reopen the investigation into Hillary’s emails the Wikileaks revelations and campaign strategy missteps were hardly the only reasons to blame for Hillary’s devastating loss. Nor was the inability of the Democratic candidate to  connect to voters.

According to presidential historian and New York Times bestselling author Doug Wead, Hillary’s scathing defeat was unsurprising and a direct result of the scandals, lies and cover-ups that have followed her and her husband for decades.

‘The idea that the Clintons’ scandals would somehow be dismissed by history upon the election of Hillary as president was always a fool’s wish’, Wead writes in his compelling new book, Game of Thorns: The Inside Story of Hillary Clinton’s Failed Campaign and Donald Trump’s Winning Strategy

 

 

READ MORE: EXCLUSIVE: How greedy Bill and Hillary Clinton befriended a Chinese fry cook in Little Rock who funneled hundreds of thousands in illegal donations from China and sold sleepovers at the White House for $400,000 a pop 

 

In his new book, presidential historian Doug Wead, details the 'scale of corruption', including how the Clintons 'sold sleepovers' in the Lincoln Bedroom at the White House (pictured) for up to $400,000

 

 

 

One thought on “CLINTONS USED A CHINESE COOK TO SELL WHITE HOUSE SLEEPOVERS FOR $400K AND FUNNEL DONATIONS FROM RICH CHINESE

    Brittius said:
    February 28, 2017 at 9:32 pm

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