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Clinton Adviser on Paid Speeches to Goldman Sachs: 'It's Pretty Bad'

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By    |   Monday, 24 Oct 2016 02:29 PM

One adviser knew Hillary Clinton's remarks at a Goldman Sachs speech would not be received well when she wrote, "It's pretty bad," according to emails released by WikiLeaks.

Mandy Grunwald responded via email to six other advisers on Clinton's campaign team this past January, outlining her thoughts on comments the Democratic nominee had made to the investment house.

"It's pretty bad," Grunwald wrote. "She is critical to some extent of what led to the crash but the more memorable stuff is totally accomodationist: 'I'm not interested in pointing fingers' Dodd-Frank was just because 'people needed to do something for political reasons' suggesting that people in the industry know best how to regulate it.

"There are also some very tepid comments about Obamacare. And a ton of foreign policy stuff, including some naive sounding comments about [Russian President Vladimir] Putin," Grunwald wrote.

Grunwald's comments surfaced after another WikiLeaks dump of Clinton campaign chair John Podesta's hacked emails.

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One adviser knew Hillary Clinton's remarks at a Goldman Sachs speech would not be received well when she wrote, "It's pretty bad," according to emails released by WikiLeaks.
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