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Clinton Fundraiser Gets 24 Years

A notorious fundraiser for Hillary Clinton and other political candidates was sentenced to more than 24 years in prison for violating federal campaign-finance laws and for his role in a Ponzi scheme. In 2007, Clinton's campaign had to return $850,000 in funds raised through Norman Hsu, a California businessman. It was later revealed that Hsu was able to bundle the money by pressuring investors in his Ponzi scheme—through which he stole $20 million—to donate to candidates of his choosing. He was so successful that Clinton herself left Hsu a voicemail in which she thanked him by gushing, "What am I going to do with you, Norman? You are working so hard for me… I just don't even know what to say anymore. I've never seen anybody who has been more loyal and more effective and really just having greater success supporting someone than you."

Wall Street Journal