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Clinton Campaign Slams Trump's Business Dealing With Cuba

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By    |   Thursday, 29 Sep 2016 03:45 PM

Hillary Clinton's campaign Thursday slammed Donald Trump's business dealings with Cuba, saying that the Newsweek magazine report "shows once again that Trump will always put his own business interest ahead of the national interest — and has no trouble lying about it."

Jake Sullivan, the Democrat's senior policy adviser, posted the response on Twitter:

Newsweek writer Kurt Eichenwald reported Thursday that the Republican nominee conducted business illegally with Fidel Castro's Cuba as he called for the embargo on U.S. trade with the island nation to continue — all while he sought the Reform Party's presidential nomination in 2000.

Documents revealed that Trump's company spent at least $68,000 in 1998 for company executives to visit Cuba when spending "even a penny in Cuba was prohibited without government approval," Eichenwald wrote.

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Hillary Clinton's campaign Thursday slammed Donald Trump's business dealings with Cuba, saying that the Newsweek magazine report "shows once again that Trump will always put his own business interest ahead of the national interest — and has no trouble lying about it."
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