From the first lady’s former communications director now the vice president of Siemens corporate affairs, to individual consulting deals for Obama campaign operatives like Stephanie Cutter and David Plouffe, there is a new generation of “Obama millionaires.”
David Plouffe informs the New York Times Magazine of the numerous empirical data suggesting Hispanic voters care about more than “comprehensive immigration reform.”
Top Obama adviser David Plouffe, who managed the president’s 2008 campaign, earned up to $20,000 investing in Standard Chartered Bank in 2011 and 2012, according to his financial disclosures.
A subsidiary of the South African company that paid senior White House adviser David Plouffe $100,000 in 2010 to deliver two speeches stands accused by the United Nations of enriching the convicted Liberian warlord Charles Taylor, helping him to amass a fortune while hiding in exile, according to reports.
The South African company that paid senior White House adviser David Plouffe $100,000 in December 2010 to deliver two speeches is closely aligned with the Syrian government, helping the regime of President Bashar al-Assad prosper as the embattled government violently cracks down on its citizens.
The South African company that paid Senior White House adviser David Plouffe $100,000 to deliver two speeches is accused of trafficking illegal arms to Iran, bribing Iranian government officials, and engaging in “sham consulting,” according to a pending lawsuit against the firm.