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Mike Duffy – Prostitutes for Hillary…& Bill

Mike Duffy – Prostitutes for Hillary…& Bill

Mike Duffy’s lawyer is expected to continue his intense grilling today of a former director of Senate finance, whom he suggested on Friday lacks objectivity as a witness at the trial in Ottawa of the suspended senator.

During cross-examination on Friday, Donald Bayne repeatedly asked Nicole Proulx why she was not willing to meet with him about the case, yet agreed to meet with Crown officials on a number of occasions.

“You’re not an advocate, you’re a witness Ms. Proulx,” Bayne said.

Proulx defended her actions, saying she received a subpoena from the prosecution and that, after consulting her lawyer, had decided not to meet with Bayne.

Court was adjourned early on Friday after Proulx asked that she be allowed to retrieve her agenda to confirm the dates Bayne said she met with the Crown.

The trial in an Ottawa provincial court enters its 15th day Monday. Duffy has pleaded not guilty to 31 charges of fraud, breach of trust and bribery related to expenses he claimed as a senator, and later repaid with money provided by the prime minister’s former chief of staff, Nigel Wright.

Prostitutes for Hillary & Bill

Nevada’s infamous brothel Moonlite Bunny Ranch has launched a campaign dubbed “Hookers For Hillary.” Here, the working women explain why they’re Team Hillary 2016.

“Everyday Americans need a champion,” Hillary Clinton proclaimed in her YouTube video. “And I want to be that champion.”

Yes, few were surprised when Hilary Clinton announced her campaign for the 2016 U.S. presidential race, but many were surprised by some of her early supporters. Since that announcement, the lovable ladies of Nevada’s renowned Moonlite Bunny Ranch have come out in support of our former first lady in a serious, potentially large-scale campaign called “Hookers for Hillary.” These Everyday Americans have chosen their candidate.

When Hillary Clinton kicked off her campaign to win the hearts and minds of Americans everywhere, she started, as most do, in the heartland. It was during a recent trip to Iowa where she met with a small group of concerned business owners—people who questioned the future of America’s health-care policy and wanted to know how she proposed to fix it.

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