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General News    H3'ed 9/7/15

Emails show how Clinton fundraiser-turned-lobbyist used connections for clients

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A year after New York-based real estate company Delos Living committed $250,000 to a signature initiative of Hillary Clinton’s State Department, the Clinton Global Initiative partnered with Delos on a $5 million project to build a “world-class” soccer stadium in earthquake-ravaged Haiti, documents show.

Working the players at both ends were two old Clinton hands — Virginia Gov. Terry McAulliffe, who at the time served on Delos’ board, and Washington lobbyist Jonathan Mantz, who lobbied for Delos Living that year. And Delos, like several other Mantz clients, has been a donor to the Clinton Foundation.

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