Madam Secretary

Bill and Hillary raked it in last year

Secretary Clinton released a financial disclosure form yesterday, revealing that she and Bill made between $6.1 million and $8.1 million last year. Bill made $2 million in foreign speaking fees alone in final weeks of the year, after it was rumored Hillary would get the secretary of state nod. More from the Washington Wire: The ...

Secretary Clinton released a financial disclosure form yesterday, revealing that she and Bill made between $6.1 million and $8.1 million last year. Bill made $2 million in foreign speaking fees alone in final weeks of the year, after it was rumored Hillary would get the secretary of state nod.

More from the Washington Wire:

The new Obama administration’s top diplomat disclosed that her husband, former President Bill Clinton, earned $5.7 million in speaking fees last year, most of it from foreign corporations. He picked up honoraria from companies in India, Portugal, Mexico and Germany, and earned $350,000 from a bank in Kuwait, $200,000 from an equities firm in Malaysia and $300,000 from an automotive company in Hong Kong. The largest sum came from a Canadian motivational firm called The Power Within Inc. , which paid the former president $1.25 million.

Secretary Clinton released a financial disclosure form yesterday, revealing that she and Bill made between $6.1 million and $8.1 million last year. Bill made $2 million in foreign speaking fees alone in final weeks of the year, after it was rumored Hillary would get the secretary of state nod.

More from the Washington Wire:

The new Obama administration’s top diplomat disclosed that her husband, former President Bill Clinton, earned $5.7 million in speaking fees last year, most of it from foreign corporations. He picked up honoraria from companies in India, Portugal, Mexico and Germany, and earned $350,000 from a bank in Kuwait, $200,000 from an equities firm in Malaysia and $300,000 from an automotive company in Hong Kong. The largest sum came from a Canadian motivational firm called The Power Within Inc. , which paid the former president $1.25 million.

Carolyn O'Hara is a senior editor at Foreign Policy.

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