ANOTHER WIKILEAKS BOMB: Chinese Ambassador Requested ‘Private’ Talk With Clinton Campaign Aides In 2016

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WikiLeaks is at it again.

The new series of leaked emails reveals that Chinese Ambassador to the U.S. Cui Tiankai requested a meeting with Hillary Clinton’s top aides in January 2016.

Likewise, Hillary had repeatedly attacked Trump for using Chinese steel in his buildings during the debates. Did anyone else notice that nearly EVERYTHING Hillary accused Trump of, she and or Bill had done tenfold?

It would be comical if it wasn’t so utterly shameful.

Check this out:

VIA| The Daily Caller reported Aug. 11, 2016, that a “Clinton Foundation donor’s financial activity was suspicious enough for FBI and Justice Department officials to meet earlier this year to consider opening an investigation into the Clinton family charity.”

“And while the donor has not been identified, details from a CNN report about the meeting raise the strong possibility that the individual is a Chinese billionaire who gave the Clinton Foundation $2 million in 2013 and also contributed $120,000 to Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s gubernatorial campaign that same year,” we reported.

According to CNN’s report, the FBI considered investigating the Clinton Foundation after a bank flagged one of the charity’s donor for ‘suspicious activity,’” we concluded.

President Bill Clinton’s 1996 re-election campaign received millions of dollars in illegal contributions from a wealthy Chinese donor that were channeled through the Democratic National Committee, according to a Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Government Reform report.

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