Bill Clinton Paid Through Shell Company

    Former U.S. President Bill Clinton and former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton depart the former Governor of New York Mario Cuomo's funeral in Manhattan, New York January 6, 2015. Cuomo, a three-term governor, and a leading voice of the Democratic Party's liberal wing, he died at his home last Thursday at age 82, only hours after his son Gov. Andrew Cuomo was inaugurated for a second term.


    Bill Clinton was paid for "consulting" through a secret shell company during his wife's time as secretary of state, the Associated Press reported Tuesday. WJC, LLC has no financial assets, so Bill Clinton's private office and Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign said they were not obligated to report its existence in recent financial disclosures. The only things that had to be disclosed about Bill Clinton's consulting work during Hillary's time in Foggy Bottom were who paid him and if it was more than $1,000—but not exact figures. "Little is known about the exact nature and financial worth of Bill Clinton's non-speech business interests," the AP notes.

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