Working to relate her speech to her audience, Clinton in one speech likened her experience as secretary of state to business and finance, saying "it's like anybody's balance sheet," with both opportunities and potential liabilities. In one exchange http://www.chiefsrookiestore.com/Chiefs-Marcus-Peters-Jersey/ , a conference participant from Texas told Clinton that she had "the honor to raise money for you" during her 2008 presidential campaign.
Clinton responded, "You are the smartest people."
In the hard-fought Democratic primary, Sanders repeatedly called on Clinton to release the transcripts of her speeches to Wall Street, some of which earned her hundreds of thousands of dollars apiece. In an ironic twist, the transcripts ended up becoming public because her campaign aides had distributed them among themselves in an effort to prepare for any attacks she might face. Those internal campaign emails were then leaked in the hack of campaign chairman John Podesta's emails.
Clinton's campaign neither confirmed nor denied that the speech transcripts and leaked Podesta emails are authentic, but there have been no indications that they were doctored before being released. Clinton's team has accused Russia's government of hacking Podesta's emails http://www.chiefsrookiestore.com/Chiefs-Marcus-Allen-Jersey/ , and the Obama administration has formally blamed Moscow for a series of breaches affecting U.S. political groups.
"There is no getting around it: Donald Trump is cheering on a Russian attempt to influence our election through a crime reminiscent of Watergate, but on a more massive scale," said Clinton spokesman Glen Caplin.
The transcripts, all from 2013, include speeches and question-and-answer sessions with Clinton at a "Builders and Innovators Summit," an "Alternative Investment Management Summit" and a gathering of CEOS — all hosted by Goldman Sachs.
A look at some of what Clinton said http://www.chiefsrookiestore.com/Chiefs-Len-Dawson-Jersey/ , according to the transcripts: