Bill Clinton Received $1 Million Birthday Check From Qatar According To Leaked Emails – American Military News

Bill Clinton Received $1 Million Birthday Check From Qatar According To Leaked Emails

The latest batch of Clinton Scandal emails released by Wikileaks reveals that Bill Clinton recived a $1 million check from Qatar for Bill Clinton’s birthday in 2011. The email addresses several issues involving Qatar, Brazil, Peru, Malawi, and Rwanda. However the shocking discovery comes in just the first few lines of the email. It reads:

Last Thursday, April 12, I met individually with the Ambassadors from Qatar, Brazil, Peru, Malawi, and Rwanda, in Washington, DC. Below is a summary of key points from each meeting, and we are following-up on each point. I’d welcome your feedback. Sincerely, Ami

QATAR

– Would like to see WJC “for five minutes” in NYC, to present $1 million check that Qatar promised for WJC’s birthday in 2011.

– Qatar would welcome our suggestions for investments in Haiti – particularly on education and health. They have allocated most of their $20 million but are happy to consider projects we suggest. I’m collecting input from CF Haiti team.

The full email can be read here and is transcribed below:

From:[email protected]

To: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]

Date: 2012-04-16 18:56

Subject: Qatar, Brazil, Peru, Malawi, Rwanda

Last Thursday, April 12, I met individually with the Ambassadors from Qatar, Brazil, Peru, Malawi, and Rwanda, in Washington, DC. Below is a summary of key points from each meeting, and we are following-up on each point. I’d welcome your feedback. Sincerely, Ami

QATAR

– Would like to see WJC “for five minutes” in NYC, to present $1 million check that Qatar promised for WJC’s birthday in 2011. – Qatar would welcome our suggestions for investments in Haiti

– particularly on education and health. They have allocated most of their $20 million but are happy to consider projects we suggest. I’m collecting input from CF Haiti team.

BRAZIL

– President Rousseff may come to NYC for UN in September; I pitched CGI, again, and will continue to do so.

– We agreed to try to arrange a WJC-Rousseff meeting whenever she and he are next in the same city.

– With regard to Rio climate conference, Ambassador’s team is going to think about any sites that WJC could visit to highlight Brazil’s leadership on climate issues. [I made clear WJC visit to Rio is undecided.] They said they’d be happy for WJC to come.

– I committed to send them details on CCI in Brazil.

– Ambassador mentioned Lula receiving an award in Iowa and how much Lula enjoyed Iowa. I suggested Lula come to Little Rock when WJC convenes meeting of former heads of state (Club of Madrid). Also discussed Ambassador going to Little Rock to speak with Clinton School students – he said he’d like to. I’ll work with Stephanie on this.\

– We discussed Lula’s health – Ambassador said he’s recovering and still committed to agriculture work in Africa. We agreed it would be good for WJC and Lula to do something together on agriculture in Africa.

PERU

– Per CGSGI, I asked for Ambassador’s ideas on which sectors/parts of Peru to focus on in order to create jobs. He suggested we speak with his son, an alderman in Lima, about jobs projects for young men who otherwise could be recruited by gangs. Ambassador also suggested speaking with Minister for Women and Vulnerable Populations, Ms. Ana Jara, for jobs projects for women.

MALAWI

– Ambassador told story of Mutharika’s death (said he collapsed with no prior symptoms during a morning meeting, was taken to hospital, then flown to South Africa but passed away en route); and emphasized significance of smooth transition to successor, within their constitutional framework. Sounds like new President is laying low until the memorial service for Mutharika, and then plans to announce her new government.

– Ambassador again urged that CDI consider dairy/cattle projects; I reminded him we’d be happy to speak with minister of agriculture or whoever Ambassador suggests in the industry; he said he’d let us know.

RWANDA

– Kagame is organizing an event in June to commemorate closing of Gacaca process for the genocide. They asked if WJC could go. I said Africa trip is probably in July and we haven’t decided countries yet but if there’s anything they’d want WJC to do in Rwanda in July, to let us know. I also said to let us know if they’d want a message from WJC for the June event; they’ll let us know.

– Ambassador asked if WJC/CF/CGI could do anything to help on education/universities in Rwanda. I explained we are constrained by funding but if they have specific ideas, to let us know. He said they’ll put together some ideas for us.

– Ambassador asked about attracting more investments/businesses to Rwanda, including mining/natural resources investors. I emphasized CGI as an opportunity for Kagame to engage investors. I also mentioned Barclays interest in doing something at CGI on investing in Africa. Also mentioned Kagame doing a side-meeting at/around CGI that convenes investors interested in Rwanda, akin to WJC’s investor meeting for Ireland or session WJC did for Haiti last year at CGI.

– Ambassador said criticism of Kagame seems to have quieted, partly due to WJC and Blair’s unwavering support for Kagame. Ambassador said Kagame and Rwanda very much appreciate WJC’s unflinching support.