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Hsu Had Ties To Former Clinton Scandal Figure Bernie Schwartz of Loral?

This link will not shock Clinton-era Scandalologists… Hillary’s team sure did a dramatic about-face on Hsu, going from defending him to turning over his donations within a few hours. Maybe her people became aware of this connection to a scandal of the past

Before his forced resignation last week, Norman Yuan Yuen Hsu sat on the board of trustees of the liberal New School university in New York with former Loral Corp. head Bernard L. Schwartz, who was allowed to transfer restricted satellite and missile technology to a People’s Liberation Army front after contributing a record amount of cash to President Clinton’s 1996 campaign…
Schwartz, vice chairman of the New School board, was among officials who introduced Hsu to the school’s administration, WND has learned.
Last November, Schwartz and Hsu chaired a New School banquet at the Mandarin Oriental in New York which featured Sen. Clinton as keynote speaker. Clinton steered a $1 million federal grant to the college.
More recently, Schwartz and Hsu (pronounced shoo) appeared together at the New York Yacht Club for Democratic Rep. Patrick Kennedy’s 40th birthday bash.

The Loral technology scandal details, for those who have forgotten, can be found at the WND link or this 1999 article from Rich Lowry.

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