Hillary Clinton’s $25G for Rutgers speech was less than in the school paid ‘Snooki’

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Hillary Clinton: the Republican party is held ‘captive’

The former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton shares your concern about the ‘wealthy patron’, the support of the Republican party.

Hillary Clinton was well known that enormous sums of money reported in speaking fees, but on Thursday, may may sound, the payment also, you was short.

Clinton paid $25,000, was to speak at Rutgers University about targeted as a woman in politics, the upcoming elections and the trump administration, which reported, among other things, topics such as .

But the money they made seemed to be significantly less than some other high-profile guests who have spoken at the New Jersey school.

For example, Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi, of “Jersey Shore” fame, was paid $32,000 for her Rutgers appearance in 2011. Students paid for their appearance with the money from the student activity fees that students pay to the school, according to

Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi $32,000 in paid for her speech to Rutgers students.



Polizzi doesn’t have any political talking points, but told the students: “Study hard, but party harder.”

Rutgers also Pulitzer paid to speak-prize winning author Toni Morrison $30,000, which reported in 2011 and the University Cup $35,000 for the former White House press secretary and long-time PBS journalist Bill Moyers .

And while Clinton was a scoff in the fee for the Thursday speech, nothing, it was much smaller than what they reportedly received for apearances in the last few years.

Hillary Clinton has a huge amount of money to fees.


Clinton, at one point was asked to speak for 275,000 U.S. dollars, the lunch at a University of Missouri, according to the Washington Post. In 2008, she was allegedly paid $225,000 by the futures brokerage company, the CME Group.

Nevertheless, Clinton is not likely to pay any mind to your charges, speak. The former presidential candidate, sold 300,000 copies of her book “What Happens” in the first week of release, according to Time magazine.

Ryan Gaydos is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @RyanGaydos.

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