The Washington Times: Hillary Clinton haunted by her own ‘pay-to-play’ attacks against Obama


“I would say they are comparable,” said Brendan Fischer, associate counsel at the Campaign Legal Center, a campaign finance watchdog group. “I think it speaks to the larger culture of politics in Washington, D.C., where those with the deepest pockets are afforded the greatest access.”

Mr. Fischer said deep-pocketed donors most commonly contribute to officials or candidates either through their campaigns or through associated super PACs.

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