Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Hillary's Claim Of Being Broke When Leaving the White House

In an interview with Dianne Sawyer about her book "Hard Choices," Hilary Clinton claims that when she and Bill left the White House, they were in so much debt that they had to 'Keep Working Really Hard' to keep their heads above water.  Simply, she told Sawyer: "We had no money when we got there, and we struggled to, you know, piece together the resources for mortgages, for houses, for Chelsea's education. You know, it was not easy."

Here's the how ridiculous that statement is.  In September of 1999, just a year and 3 months prior to leaving the White House, the Clintons bought a $1.7 million home in Chappaqua.  Then, just a month prior to exiting the Presidency, in December 2000, the Clintons purchased a $2.85 million home in Washington, D.C.  Now, if they were in such financial straits, why not live in that, relatively speaking, "little" Chappaqua house until they could get back on their feet?

And, poor little Chelsea had to literally struggle to get educated because her parents were so deep in debt.  I suppose that's why, they could only afford to send her to Stanford for her undergraduate degree and Oxford and Columbia for her master's.  None of these schools are cheap. Stanford estimates the annual cost of education at their university to be in excess of $60,000.  The average American family doesn't make $60,000 in a year.

This woman is a complete B.S.'er.  That's why no one should trust her Benghazi narrative either!  I don't know who's the bigger liar: her, her husband, or Obama.


Hillary Clinton On Post-White House Debt: We Had To 'Keep Working Really Hard':

The Clintons say they left the White House in debt. Wait, what?:

Chelsea Clinton:

The Student Budget:

The Clintons Are Coming and Chappaqua Braces:

Clintons Buy $2.85 Million Washington Home:

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