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Keiser Report: Phantom Pension Funding (E952)

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Published on Aug 11, 2016

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In this episode of the Keiser Report from Washington DC Max and Stacy discuss the reckless gamble that Governor John Kasich of Ohio - one of the ‘legitimate’ and ‘respectable’ candidates (as per the media) in the Republican primaries - chose to take with the state’s pension funds. In the second half they interview Francine McKenna of Marketwatch.com about what Donald Trump’s tax returns might show. Francine suggests that they would show ‘yuge’ business losses but that ordinary people wouldn’t understand investing for the specific purpose of such losses. They also discuss what the IRS audit of the Clinton Foundation might show and what the transcripts of Hillary’s talks to Goldman Sachs would show.

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