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Clinton Emails Reveal Foreign Meddling in Last Haitian Presidential Election

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'On Sunday Haitians head to the polls to select their next president in the first round of elections. But now there's evidence of U.S. interference in the last presidential election back in 2010. Recently-released emails from Hillary Clinton's private server revealed details of how U.S. officials worked closely with the Haitian private sector as they forced Haitian authorities to change the results of the first round of presidential elections in late 2010. Eventually the U.S. government ended up supporting the current president, Michel Martelly.'

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