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    A 2009 email recently obtained by Judicial Watch reveals a Clinton Global Initiative invitation to then-Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin from the Clinton Foundation.

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    Despite Hillary Clinton taking shots at Russian President Vladimir Putin during her current "What Happened" book tour, it would appear the former secretary of state had no issue with Putin as long as a dollar was attached. Additionally, then-President Dmitry Medvedev and former President of the Soviet Union Mikhail Gorbachev also received an invitation from the foundation.

    My, my, how times change.

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