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The report comes after Hillary Clinton was left reeling by the emails that show the former secretary of state received a $2,700 loan from Goldman Sachs during her tenure as a State Department employee.

Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta took to Twitter this week to respond to the news about Goldman Sachs:

“In hindsight, when the emails were leaked, and when there were concerns about conflict of interest, the people responsible were appropriately let go. But it’s clear now they were paid by someone else to do something they knew wouldn’t be good for America. And why would they want to do it again?”

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The emails that were released appear to show the financial i바카라nstitution loaned Clinton $225,000 to cover interest on a $1 million check they signed off on for the pers더킹카지노onal use of her family, including Chelsea, from 2009. The State Department has since reimbursed the bank, and Clinton’s campaign did not deny the charge Thursday.

The $225,000 loan from Goldman Sachs to Mrs. Clinton was first reported by the Washington Post.

The State Department later confirmed that it had reimbursed the bank, but it was a partial reimbursement, according to a spokesperson.

The Department did not say how much the loan amount was.