Schweizer is the author of Clinton Cash, the book which basically derailed Hillary Clinton’s spring and early summer – until the email stuff started to come out. Now he has turned his attention to Jeb Bush.
(From The New York Times)
Yet a review of Mr. Bush’s finances shows that he has built his personal wealth with the help of companies that had business interests with Florida while he was governor, and that singled out his political expertise and government experience as important assets. Roughly half of the $36.8 million he has earned since he left office in 2007 stems from such companies, according to campaign disclosures and government filings.
Mr. Bush’s financial ties are the focus of a planned 38-page e-book by Peter Schweizer, the researcher who recently chronicled the financial entanglements of the Clinton family in the book “Clinton Cash.”
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