Wikileaks release excerpts of Hillary Clinton's paid speeches to big banks

Wikileaks has released some of the paid speeches Hillary Clinton made to big banks before she ran for president.

In hacked emails for top aide John Podesta, the campaign passes around a list of troubling things Clinton said during these talks -- for which she was paid upwards of $200,000.

The passages are grouped into subject lines like - "Clinton admits she is out of touch"  "Clinton admits needing Wall Street funding” and Clinton is pro-trade.

In one speech -- she even referred to supporters of her primary opponent -- Bernie Sanders -- as "buckets of losers."

The remarks were made during paid speeches to Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank, Morgan Stanley, and other groups.

The Democratic nominee for President Clinton earned $22 million on the paid speaking circuit and was paid about $225,000 per speech, after resigning as secretary of state.

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