What Clinton's Leaked Wall Street Speeches Reveal
October 20, 2016•7 min
Those calling for Hillary Clinton to release more information about her paid speeches to Wall Street executives got a small victory after WikiLeaks published what appear to be full transcripts of three speaking engagements with Goldman Sachs back in 2013. (Read the full transcripts here.) The documents came from a hack of the email account of John Podesta, chairman of Clinton's presidential campaign, and WikiLeaks had been releasing excerpts for a week before revealing them entirely. The Clinton campaign hasn't verified the transcripts' authenticity. This week on Money Talking business writer William D. Cohan and Sheelah Kolhatkar of The New Yorker discuss what Clinton apparently said to wealthy financiers behind closed doors.