Hillary Clinton Rakes in Cash From Hollywood Bigwig Haim Saban & More at $100k Ticket DinnerChris Menahan
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As Hillary's donations have been faltering due to rigged polls claiming she already has the election wrapped up, she decided to make the trek to Beverly Hills to beg her Hollywood sugar daddies for cash.
Hillary Clinton collected campaign cash and participated in a question-and-answer session at a dinner fundraiser held by billionaire entertainment mogul Haim Saban and his wife Cheryl at their Beverly Hills home Monday night.
Actors Will Ferrell and Tony Goldwyn and Hewlett-Packard CEO and former California gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman were also reportedly in attendance.Other than Will Ferrell and Meg Whitman, the attendance list to this event reads like something you'd see at a bat mitzvah.
Hillary's top donor, Haim Saban told the New York Times back in 2004, "I'm a one-issue guy and my issue is Israel."
That's quite the contrast with Trump's platform of putting America first. Perhaps that's why Saban hates his guts.
The Jewish Daily Forward reported last month Saban has an "open line" to Hillary Clinton, which he told Israel's Channel 10 TV he used to tell her to "stop shouting."
"I told her: 'don't shout. Why are you shouting all the time? It's drilling a hole in my head. You can say the same thing without shouting, let Trump, that conman, to shout. You don't need to shout,'" Saban said.
Incidentally, Hillary has yet to label Saban's comments as sexist, which she said about others who criticized her shouting late last year.
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