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Oh look it's Chelsea/ and her alias Diane Reynolds in Russia colluding............. Thanks again Assange, no wonder Hillary wanted to drone him. At the invitation of Russian oligarch. 

 

CHELSEA CLINTON

From: Hillary Clinton To: diane reynolds <dreynolds@clintonemail.com> Date: 2012-01-24 03:00 Subject: CHELSEA CLINTON
UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-07895 Doc No. C06131723
 
Date: 11/02/2016 From: H RELEASE IN PART B6 Sent: 1/24/2012 7:32:22 PM +00:00 To: Diane Reynolds <dreynolds@clintonemail.com>
 
Subject: Fw: Chelsea Clinton A very nice report from our Ambassador about your event in Kyiv.
 
From: Gordon, Philip H [mailto:GordonPH©state.gov ] Sent: Tuesday, January 24, 2012 02:24 PM To: H
 
Subject: FW: Chelsea Clinton Praise for Chelsea from Ambassador Tefft in Ukraine... This email is UNCLASSIFIED.
 
From: Tefft, John F Sent: Tuesday, January 24, 2012 11:20 AM To: Gordon, Philip H Cc: Russell, Daniel A; Hunt, Baxter; Schultz, Eric T; Voltmer, Chever X; Cleary, Colin M; Graeme, Llywelyn C; Kimbrell, Rebecca 3; Kaidanow, Tina UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-07895 Doc No. C06131723 Date: 11/02/2016
 
Subject: Chelsea Clinton Phil: Chelsea Clinton is in Kyiv with her husband, Marc, at the invitation of oligarch, Viktor Pinchuk. She spoke this afternoon before 300 young university and graduate level students. Mariella and I were there along with a huge media presence. Chelsea was really effective with the students handling questions as varied as: how are you effective working with your Dad on philanthropy, the greatest inspirations in life (after her parents, her recently deceased Grandma, Nelson Mandela and researchers in Silicon Valley), growing up as the daughter of Bill and Hillary, and her favorite rock group. She is going to speak at a Pinchuk seminar at Davos as well this week, perhaps along with Alec Ross. If the occasion presents itself, I thought you might want to tell Chelsea's mother that she did great. A great job cultivating a positive image of the US here. No exaggeration. The views of a hardened diplomat. Best, jft M essage Headers:
 
From: H <HDR22@clintonemail.com > To: Diane Reynolds <dreynolds@clintonemail.com > D ate: Tue, 24 Jan 2012 14:32:22 -0500 Subiect• Fw • C helsea C linton UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-07895 Doc No. C06131723 Date: 11/02/2016 I- PR_RIM_PAGER_TX_FLAG: true PR_RIM_MSG_REFID: -278787942 PR_RINI_MSG_FOLDERID: -3 PR_RIM_MSG_ON_DEVICE_3_6: true PR_RIM_MSG_STATUS: 1 PR_RIMINTERNET_MESSAGE _ID:

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Victor Pinchuk runs this company in the Ukraine and is one of the largest donors to .............. guess who, The Clinton Foundation.

Interpipe Group

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Interpipe Group, or simply Interpipe (UkrainianНауково-виробничо-інвестиційна група "Інтерпайп"), is the influential Ukrainian metallurgical mill company founded and mostly owned by the local business oligarch Viktor Pinchuk. The group focuses on the steel industry (particularly rolling), although indirectly controlling assets in various fields of industry, services and media. Interpipe is a globally important player in metal pipe (hence the name), steel wheels and ferroalloysmarkets.[citation needed]

 

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Nah just showing the just showing who is the pot or kettle, I was also told to ignore you , your not nice ;)

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HILLARY CLINTON'S BIG BENEFACTOR HAS TRADE LINKS WITH IRAN

BY RORY ROSS ON 4/18/15 AT 6:15 AM 
 

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04/24/15
IN THE MAGAZINE
 

Controversy around Hillary Clinton's backing may discredit her presidential candidacyFENG LI/POOL/REUTERS

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Enemies of Hillary Clinton waiting to discredit her bid for the White House are likely to seize on news that one of the biggest benefactors to the Clinton Foundation has been trading with Iran and may be in breach of US sanctions imposed on the country.

Ukrainian oligarch Victor Pinchuk, 54, has courted the Clintons for at least nine years – in the United States, the Alps and Ukraine. 

Earlier this year, he was confirmed as the largest individual contributor to the Clinton Foundation, whose aims include the creation of “economic opportunity and growth”. He also has links to the Tony Blair Foundation and represented its biggest single donor in 2013.

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The fourth richest man in Ukraine, Pinchuk owns Interpipe Group, a Cyprus-incorporated manufacturer of seamless pipes used in oil and gas sectors.

Newsweek has seen declarations and documents from Ukraine that show a series of shipments from Interpipe to Iran in 2011 and 2012, including railway parts and products commonly used in the oil and gas sectors.

Among a number of high-value invoices for products related to rail or oil and gas, one shipment for $1.8m (1.7m) in May 2012 was for “seamless hot-worked steel pipes for pipelines” and destined for a city near the Caspian Sea. 

Both the rail and oil and gas sectors are sanctioned by the US, which specifically prohibits any single invoice to the Iranian petrochemical industry worth more than $1m.

However, US sanctions laws are complex and, in certain areas, ill-defined. Interpipe may qualify for penalties due to the mere presence on American soil of North American Interpipe Inc, its United States subsidiary.

The US authorities can also penalise non-American companies with no base in the US at all which it judges to be working counter to its foreign policy, as happened to Zhuhai Zhenrong, a Chinese oil company, in 2012. 

Being denied access to US markets and the US banking system could prove catastrophic to Interpipe, given that accountancy giant Ernst & Young has raised questions over its viability.

The person in charge of this list of non-US companies is the Secretary of State, who between 2009 to 2013 – the period during which Pinchuk’s company was trading with Iran – was Hillary Clinton.

In November 2014, the now-retired Republican congressman, Steve Stockman, wrote to the US Department of the Treasury, questioning Interpipe’s dealings with Iran.

Newsweek has seen a copy of that letter, in which Stockman refers to a “body of evidence” detailing “exports from Interpipe to Iranian entities” that “may have contravened US sanctions to Iran”.

Pinchuk is considered to be one of the world’s foremost collectors of contemporary art. He counts Sir Elton John and Bill Clinton among his close friends and the Ukrainian owns a house in central London, which he bought for a record-breaking £80m.

Pinchuk became particularly friendly with Bill Clinton. In 2010, he invited the former president to his 50th birthday party in the French ski resort of Courchevel. In return, Pinchuk attended Clinton’s 65th in 2011, and was a guest at the inauguration of Clinton’s Presidential Library. The Clintons spoke at Pinchuk’s Yalta European Strategy conference, which seeks integration between Ukraine and Europe.

Both Interpipe and the office of Victor Pinchuk deny violating the regime of sanctions placed on Iran.

This article was updated to include a response from Interpipe and the office of Victor Pinchuk.

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3 minutes ago, fish'nmagician said:

it seems whenever Trump is in trouble,

assange will release some hacked info to bail him out,

no wonder Trump Loves Wikileaks.

Sad part is all the hacked info has been true............

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8 minutes ago, Flybyme said:

Sad part is all the hacked info has been true............

the actual hacked stuff yes,

the accompanying lies that get picked up and repeated by right wingers, not so much.

but there are no doubt many proud MAGA hat wearers who still believe in Pizzagate.

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Look more Hillary Emails , Victor only donated 750 k in this one.............. The Russians, actual greenbacks to the Clintons, lefties all quiet on this. See last paragraph 

Biweekly Report for WJC

From:zshaikley@clintonfoundation.org To: hannah@presidentclinton.com, hannah@presidentclinton.com, blindsey@clintonfoundation.org, lgraham@clintonfoundation.org, sstreett@clintonfoundation.org  CC: blurie@clintonfoundation.org, john.podesta@gmail.com, aurena@clintonfoundation.org, valexander@clintonfoundation.org, scurran@clintonfoundation.org, adesai@clintonfoundation.orgmore  Date: 2012-07-21 02:09

Subject: Biweekly Report for WJC

Hannah, Attached is President Clinton’s latest biweekly report. Please let me know if there are any questions or feedback. Thanks, Zayneb Biweekly Report William J. Clinton Foundation July 20, 2012 MAJOR DOMESTIC INITIATIVES Alliance for a Healthier Generation · Next week, the Alliance will welcome three independent members to its Board of Directors: Wendell Pierce, Actor; Dr. Natalie Shirley, President, Oklahoma State University – OKC; and Joan Werner, 100 Women in Hedge Funds. · Also next week, the Alliance will announce and convene its 2013 Youth Advisory Board comprised of 21 young people from across the country, including Zachary Dell, son of Michael & Susan Dell. · Con Agra and Otis Spunkmeyer have signed on to the Alliance’s School Meals Initiative. · Ambassador Bagley’s New Mexico cellular company has donated the use of a cell phone to the Alliance’s Navajo Nation relationship manager so that she has cell reception on reservation land. Health Matters · The Desert Regional Medical Center is interested in returning as presenting sponsor for the 2013 Health Matters conference. Promising talks continue. Karolee Sowle, CEO of Desert Regional Medical Center, will retire on July 31, 2012. She is working tirelessly to advocate for this relationship prior to her departure. · The Alliance is in discussions with Lionel Rabb of the MGR Foundation about a Health Matters pledge. · The Alliance is also in discussions with Humana, Desert Classic Charities, and the PGA Tour about opportunities to host integrated Health Matters activities throughout the week of the tournament. Clinton Economic Opportunity Initiative · As CEO enters the final stretch of its mentoring program in Philadelphia, success stories are beginning to emerge: § Mentee Angelo Salandra, President & CEO of a records management company calledQuality Management Services, was able to receive valuable assistance and guidance from his mentor, Hubin Jiang, President & CEO of ECOMPEX, Inc., on how to effectively win VA contracts. As a serial entrepreneur with vast amounts of experience in garnering contracts with the federal government, Mr. Jiang has proven to be a tremendous asset for Mr. Salandra. § CEO paired Dorothea Gillette-Spencer, CEO and Owner of D-Gillette Industrial Services, with former EMP Mentee, Sam Thevanayagam, President of PartsLife,Inc. Sam worked with Dorothea to review her pricing strategy andrealized that she was under-pricing her services. Together, Dorothea and Sam worked to revise her pricing to be more in line with her competitors. They have recently been working together to enable D-Gillette Industrial Services to gain entry into new industries. MAJOR INTERNATIONAL INITIATIVES Clinton Development Initiative Malawi · CDI is finalizing the sub-lease agreement to submit to Press Agriculture for additional farms for the Anchor Farm Project. In addition, CDI is working with John Deere on a final list of equipment needed for the coming planting season. Agreements with investors are being finalized to develop an agro-distribution business in Malawi to provide services to smallholder farmers involved the project. Clinton Giustra Sustainable Growth Initiative Colombia · In July, the suppliers in CGSGI's Cartagena hotel supplier network project will reach $2 million in sales since the project’s inception. Suppliers include purveyors of fish and seafood, processed foods, agricultural products and uniforms. When CGSGI began this project, the Cartagena hospitality industry did not use local suppliers. As a result of CGSGI's supplier capacity building efforts, the hotels are now committed toprocuring from local supply chains, resulting in business efficiencies for the hospitality industry and job creation for Cartagena's low income community. · Due to this project's success, the hotels have asked CGSGI to expand the supplier base and provide trained labor for the expanding Cartagena hotel sector. CGSGI is currently evaluating the creation of two social enterprises—one that would be a sustainable for-profit intermediary between the hotels and suppliers and one that would establish a Cartagena training center for hospitality labor. CGSGI is also evaluating similar projects for Cusco, Peru and Acapulco, Mexico. Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting · CGI currently has 316 paying members registered for the 2012 Annual Meeting, a decrease of 66 from this time last year. We are systematically reaching out to everyone whose membership has expired since January 1st to encourage renewal, as well as soliciting new memberships. ·
 
Since the last update, the Rockefeller Foundation has renewed its Annual Meeting sponsorship for $250,000, the Ford Foundation for $400,000 and the Victor Pinchuk Foundation for $750,000 (plus $250,000 for CGI U). In addition, Western Union has joined as a new Annual Meeting sponsor at the $250,000 level. CGI America · In addition to the 58 commitments finalized by the end of this year's CGI America meeting, CGI staff is working with participants on the development of 75 incremental commitments. CGI University · Based on your feedback, we are moving forward with holding CGI U 2013 at Washington University in St. Louis and are negotiating documentation with university leadership. We expect to be able to announce the location publicly before Labor Day. CommitmentsUpdate · CGI has solicited progress reports from 1,530 commitment makers this year. To date, we have received status updates for 772 commitments, which exceeds the number received last year (648). Hiring Update · As you know, to support CGI’s enhanced year-round engagement activities, we have been hiring additional staff. Since January 1st, we have hired 52 new employees, and we currently have four open positions.

 

 

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