Election 2016: Hillary Clinton is owned by Monsanto, Goldman Sachs

Wednesday, September 21, 2016
By Paul Martin

by: Samantha Debbie
Wednesday, September 21, 2016

The multinational banking firm, the Goldman Sachs Group, can no longer lend private political donations to the campaign of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. The news comes in light of the fact that top executives within the firm have for years been permitted to donate to Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

The new policy, effective September 1, applies to certain campaigns only, and is reportedly an effort “to remove any implication of so-called ‘pay to play,'” according to Fortune magazine.

The rule only applies to Goldman Sachs partners. In 2012, the bank was forced to pay $12 million in a settlement involving a former banker from Boston involved in a conflict of interest.

Goldman Sachs suddenly wants to stop pay to play corruption

The banker “had picked up bond underwriting business in the state while working for and contributing funds to the campaign of a then Massachusetts state treasurer and governor-hopeful, Tim Cahill.”

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