Man, these Podesta emails are the gift that keeps giving. https://t.co/2PXODV2Y5c
— Chad Myers (@chadmyers) December 13, 2016
Oh, WikiLeaks … what can’t you do?
Here’s the latest from Politico’s Ken Vogel (see the attachment here) who just posted this link to a hacked memo on a 2012 Clinton Global Initiative event on education where Rex Tillerson, Donald Trump’s pick for Secretary of State, was under consideration as a panelist:
— Kenneth P. Vogel (@kenvogel) December 13, 2016
And there goes the narrative:
But Russian spy! https://t.co/4y6GqINmPL
— B. Leav (@bleav11) December 13, 2016
Bruised narratives. https://t.co/4NMmWDjcfG
— Robert (@TheCheekyTaurus) December 13, 2016
— Rohit Gupta (@rohitguptahpf) December 13, 2016
The program, called Technologies to Improve Women’s Economic Livelihoods,will help identify and deploy technologies and innovations that can improve quality of life and enable women to participate more fully in income-generating activities. The program is part of ExxonMobil’s Women’s Economic Opportunity Initiative (previously Educating Women and Girls Initiative), which was launched in 2005 and has invested more than $20 million in programs that have involved women from 64 developing countries.
“As a global technology company, ExxonMobil can make a lasting contribution by helping to identify and deploy new technologies to improve and strengthen the economic livelihoods of women,” said Rex W. Tillerson, chairman and chief executive officer. “This focus area is consistent with our own belief and experience that technology and innovation are critical to addressing many of the world’s major challenges.”
ExxonMobil’s new initiative was announced by former President Bill Clinton at the Clinton Global Initiative’s annual meeting in New York. ExxonMobil is co-sponsoring the first-ever CGI special programming focused on investing in girls and women. Tillerson participated as a panelist during a plenary session “Investing in Girls and Women.”
Let’s see Dems try to weasel out of this one now.
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