Link here, The full contract is at this link as well. Here is the email detailing her standard speaking fee and requirements.
Now we know why there don’t seem to be recordings or transcripts of her speeches. She doesn’t allow it, we also know that the $225,000 is just the tip of the iceberg on what she’s getting from these speeches.
This is an article discussing what the UNLV foundation had to do to get Hillary to visit them for a whole whopping 90 mins.
She insists on staying in the “presidential suite” of luxury hotels that she chooses anywhere in the world, including Las Vegas.
She usually requires those who pay her six-figure fees for speeches to also provide a private jet for transportation — only a $39 million, 16-passenger Gulfstream G450 or larger will do.
But Clinton’s $225,000 is something of a cut-rate. Documents obtained by the newspaper show that she initially asked for $300,000 and reveal that she insists on controlling every detail of the private event, large and small, to ensure that she will be the center of attention.
“It is agreed that Speaker will be the only person on the stage during her remarks,” according to the May 13 contract the Harry Walker Agency signed for Clinton’s keynote address at the Bellagio.
According to her standard speaking contract, Clinton will remain at the event no longer than 90 minutes; will pose for no more than 50 photos with no more than 100 people; and won’t allow any press coverage or video- or audio-taping of her speech.
The only record allowed will be made by a stenographer whose transcription will be given only to Clinton. The stenographer’s $1,250 bill, however, will go to the UNLV Foundation.
The(UNLV) foundation, meanwhile, is prohibited from advertising the event on radio, TV or billboards. Mail and website ads are allowed, although Clinton staffers must approve in writing any promotional material. One unhappy UNLV Foundation official in an email complained of “meddling” after Clinton’s agency edited a description of the annual dinner to “dumb it down.”
And that’s not all, who you ask would attend such a thing? Why people from these lovely establishments: Paying top dollar for a seat too.
Bank of America; Barnes & Noble College; Barrick Gold; the Bennett Family Foundation; Cashman Equipment Co.; the Engelstad Family; Kell and Nancy Houssels; Konami Gaming Inc.; Dana and Gregory Lee; Mr. and Mrs. Hae Un Lee of Lee’s Discount Liquor; Joyce Mack; The Mendenhall Family; MGM Resorts International; NV Energy; PR Partners; the Wells Fargo Foundation; and Michael and Renee Yackira.
Along the way Clinton requires a $500.00 stipend ON TOP of her fee for “out of pocket expenses” for her advance staff, hotel and meals PAID FOR including for her staff, final approval over every detail and here’s the kicker. UNLV students sent a letter:
UNLV student leaders have sent a letter to the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation, which collects the $225,000 fee, asking that Hillary Clinton donate all or part of the money back to the university. They’ve received no reply.
UNLV Foundation leaders have defended paying such a high fee to Clinton, arguing that the dinner will make a profit and that her presence is both a big draw and an honor.
The foundation has raised more than $1 billion for the university over the years.
So the Clinton Foundation collects the money, reeeaaalllllyyyy. Can’t see anyway they could use THAT to avoid paying taxes, not at all.