Thiessen: Uranium One Is Not a Nat’l Security Scandal; It’s a Clinton Corruption Scandal

‘It’s a Clinton corruption scandal that keeps getting worse everyday’

THIESSEN: "Everything he just said it is completely irrelevant because the reality is this is not a national security scandal. It's a Clinton corruption scandal that keeps getting worse everyday. We already know that after the Russians announced their intention to acquire uranium one, Bill Clinton was miraculously invited to Moscow to give a speech to a Russian investment bank that was pushing uranium once stock. The Clinton Foundation had $145 billion from interests related to Uranium One. They had a confidential informant who told him there was criminal activity happening at Rosatom, the company that was going to buy uranium one, but they approved it anyway. It was part of a larger strategy."

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