Truth Frequency Radio
Jan 09, 2015

canadajournal.net_2015-01-09_14-21-42Hillary ‘Furious’ Over Bill’s ‘Part’ In Latest Sex Scandal

Hillary Clinton is “furious” at husband Bill Clinton, according to Washington insiders, after his name came up in the latest sex scandal involving his disgraced former pal ­Jeffrey Epstein.

Sources at the funeral of Mario Cuomo also said they saw a peevish-looking Hillary angrily “storm” past the former president after he dutifully waited for her by the door of St. Ignatius Loyola Church.

“Talk in Washington is that Hillary is furious with Bill about all this new information on Jeffrey Epstein,” said a DC insider familiar with both Epstein and the Clintons.

Bill’s name has popped up in 2011 court documents relating to Epstein after a woman said to be Virginia Roberts filed a bombshell suit alleging she was Epstein’s teen “sex slave” and paid $15,000 to bed Epstein’s pal, Britain’s Prince Andrew.

The 2011 court docs reveal that 21 email ­addresses and phone numbers for Bill and an aide were found in Epstein’s electronic black book, and that Bill “frequently flew” with Epstein on his private plane from 2002 to 2005. But the papers say he then “suddenly stopped, raising the suspicion that the friendship abruptly ended, perhaps because of events related to Epstein’s sexual abuse of children.”


Clinton Foundation CEO Steps Down

The Clinton Foundation announced Friday it is shaking up its leadership team, replacing its chief executive officer with a longtime aide to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton – at least temporarily.

CEO Eric Braverman is stepping down from his post, the foundation said. The position will be filled on an interim basis by Maura Pally, a Hillary Clinton confidante who worked as a deputy assistant secretary during Clinton’s time at the State Department. Pally joined the Clinton Foundation in 2013 to “supervise Secretary Clinton’s Foundation-related activities, exploring new opportunities and ways to leverage existing Foundation efforts,” according to an internal email from then-CEO Bruce Lindsey at the time of Pally’s hiring.

Pally has also been named a senior vice president for women and youth programs at the foundation.

“I am incredibly honored and humbled by the opportunity to step into this role during this transition,” Pally said in a statement. “We have a remarkable legacy here, and an even bigger opportunity ahead.”

Pally is also close with Cheryl Mills, a top Clinton adviser.

Braverman, the outgoing CEO, was struggling in recent months, according to multiple sources with knowledge of the foundation’s internal workings — but a change in leadership at the foundation was expected prior to a potential Clinton presidential campaign.