Hillary Clinton Paid Speaker at Private Equity Event

Wednesday, 10 Jul 2013 11:17 PM

By Matthew Auerbach

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Hillary Clinton made a paid appearance last month at the annual U.S. investor meeting of private equity firm KKR, Politico reports.

Clinton did not make a speech, but rather participated in a wide-ranging question-and-answer session with the firm’s co-founder, Henry Kravis.

Clinton spent over an hour answering questions on topics including the Middle East, Washington, and politics in general.

The meeting was held just outside of Los Angeles with approximately 400 people in attendance.

KKR, considered one of the giants in the private equity world, is generally viewed as a bipartisan entity.

IN 2012, KKR entered into an infrastructure improvement plan that was part of the Clinton Global Initiative.

The event was one of the paid appearances Clinton has made since leaving the State Department in February.

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