Trump Press release: “Bill Clinton helped grease a deal that allowed Foundation donors to become rich and that allowed Russia to control a large stake of the world’s uranium supply”

From Trump Presser:

FOLLOWING HILLARY’S DENIAL OF SANCTIONS AGAINST RUSSIAN INVESTMENT BANKERS, THE RUSSIAN INVESTMENT BANK RENAISSANCE CAPITAL PAID BILL $500,000 TO SPEAK AT THEIR CONFERENCE

Bill Clinton Received A “Substantial Payout” From Renaissance Capital, A Russian Investment Bank Whose Executives Were At Risk Of Being Hurt By Potential U.S. Sanctions. “Mr. Clinton also received a substantial payout in 2010 from Renaissance Capital, a Russian investment bank whose executives were at risk of being hurt by possible U.S. sanctions tied to a complex and controversial case of alleged corruption in Russia.” (James Grimaldi And Rebecca Ballhaus, “Speaking Fees Meet Politics For Clintons,”The Wall Street Journal,12/30/15)

Members Of Congress Wrote To Secretary Clinton In 2010 Seeking To Deny Visas To People Who Had Been Implicated By A Russian Tax-Refund Fraud Scheme. “Members of Congress wrote to Mrs. Clinton in 2010 seeking to deny visas to people who had been implicated by Russian accountant Sergei Magnitsky, who was jailed and died in prison after he uncovered evidence of a large tax-refund fraud. William Browder, a foreign investor in Russia who had hired Mr. Magnitsky, alleged that the accountant had turned up evidence that Renaissance officials, among others, participated in the fraud.” (James Grimaldi And Rebecca Ballhaus, “Speaking Fees Meet Politics For Clintons,”The Wall Street Journal,12/30/15)

Hillary Clinton’s State Department Rebuffed The Sanctions Request From Congress. “The State Department rebuffed the request from Congress. ‘We…do not support such a measure at this time,’ a department official wrote to one senator.” (James Grimaldi And Rebecca Ballhaus, “Speaking Fees Meet Politics For Clintons,”The Wall Street Journal,12/30/15)

A Few Weeks After The State Department Rejected The Sanctions Request, Bill Clinton Was Paid $500,000 To Speak At A Renaissance Capital Investors Conference. “A few weeks later, Bill Clinton participated in a question-and-answer session at a Renaissance Capital …

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