Flashback for President Obama:
Then and Now: Hillary Clinton and President Obama have come a long way.
President Obama’s opinion of Hillary Clinton in 2007 couldn’t have been anymore exact. As a Senator then, Barack Obama wrote and sent a memo to reporters extensively explaining and detailing Senator Hillary Clinton’s questionable “personal, financial, and political ties to India.”
Hillary Clinton was already involved in “pay for play” deal making with foreign donors and oligarchs from Africa in 2007. One of her biggest donors and supporters came from Saudi Arabia who donated $25,000,000 to the Clinton Foundation.
Hillary Clinton, at the time, had stated on more than one occasion that she referred to herself as the “elected representative of foreign citizens” in the Indian region of Punjab. “I am delighted to be the Senator from Punjab as well as from New York,” Clinton reportedly told attendees of the 2005 Sikh American Heritage dinner event held in the U.S. Senate.
As time past, from 2007 through 2009, President Obama’s opinion of Hillary Clinton changed; 180 degrees. Knowing and writing about Hillary Clinton’s ties to foreign nations President Obama insistently appointed Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State in 2009. As Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton would be privy to and have the authority and power to foreign nations’s sovereign rights and concessions around the world. Since then, not President Obama or Hillary Clinton have talked openly or held a press conference regarding those one thousand and one hundred (1,100) foreign donors who donated to the Clinton Foundation and offshore accounts estimated to be as much as $100 billions dollars in “Pay for Play”.
Breitbart News has reported, “Clinton has a long record of promoting the interests of Indian corporations and foreign workers at the direct expense of American workers — including Hillary Clinton’s ties to India-based outsourcing firms that have helped companies (such as Disney, Southern California Edison, Siemens, Xerox, and countless others) replace American workers with low-wage foreign laborers brought in on guest worker visas.”
“Then-Senator Obama—who as President later went on to push policies to expand the displacement of American workers through large-scale foreign worker programs—eventually apologized for the memo’s “caustic tone;” however, his campaign’s message was clear: a Hillary Clinton presidency would not represent the interests of American workers, but would instead represent the desires of wealthy donors and foreign corporations.“