‘Give me one example’: Hillary fanboy Mark Cuban goes after Jack Welch for attacking the Clinton Foundation
Brash billionaire Mark Cuban took to Twitter on Tuesday to defend Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton from allegations that the Clinton Foundation was involved in a “pay to play” while she was serving as secretary of state.
His main target was former General Electric CEO Jack Welch, who tweeted that he hated to see his “old acquaintance” Austan Goolsbee, who served on the Council of Economic Advisers earlier in President Barack Obama’s administration, have to “defend illegal ‘pay to play'” in a Fox News interview.
“You have money,” Cuban tweeted in response to Welch. “Access. Give one example where you were able to buy ‘pay for play’ from Clintons?”
“You know what it’s like to be falsely accused,” he continued, most likely referring to the scrutiny Welch has faced after delivering precise earnings growth during his time as CEO at GE. In 2012, for example, Harper’s labeled him as one of the leading book-cookers of his era. – READ MORE