On Friday (October 7), WikiLeaks said it had obtained almost 50,000 emails from the inbox of John Podesta, aide to Hillary Clinton. Allegedly, the emails dealt with statements Clinton had made to and about Wall Street.
Senator Bernie Sanders, who battled Clinton in the primary, kept bugging her to release what she told Wall Street in secret speeches for which she was paid huge sums. She would not comply.
According to Reader Supported News, she said to a law firm audience, "I represented and worked with so many talented, principled people who made their living in finance."
Allegedly, that statement was made in a 2014 speech sponsored by Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd, a San Diego law firm. Robbins Geller is a firm that tends to represent investors who have been fleeced by financial rascals, including some on Wall Street.