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From Your Lips to the DOJ’s Ears

Finally, something Hillary Clinton and Republicans can agree on:

There’s not only the obvious irony — i.e., who’s “bigger” than a former secretary of state? — but Hillary Clinton has earned millions of dollars giving speeches to Wall Street firms; she has received millions in donations from banks, hedge funds, and private-equity firms; and she told voters at the Democrats’ October debate, “I represented Wall Street in the Senate.”

If a CEO or two deserves jail time, surely an “aiding and abetting” charge is in order for Madam Secretary, yes?

Ian Tuttle — Ian Tuttle is the former Thomas L. Rhodes Journalism Fellow at the National Review Institute.

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