Bill Clinton’s $10,000 bribe for $10K drug sales: A former White House official tells Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren
Hillary Clinton has been paid a $10 million bribe for the use of a drug that the former president recommended as a cure for HIV/AIDS.
The drug, called Truvada, was prescribed to more than 30 million Americans.
Bill Clinton said in 2015 that the drug helped people who had “some level of resistance to drugs, and that’s a good thing.”
Clinton was not charged with a crime.
He resigned as president in January 2017.
“The drug is not a cure, it’s a treatment, and if you are HIV-positive and you’re not taking it, you’re going to be less likely to get HIV.
If you are on a drug regimen that isn’t working, you are going to have an increased risk of dying.
So it’s not just for the people who have it, it is for the rest of us,” he said at the time.
“I believe we should have a universal, universal, and cost-effective, low-cost, life-saving vaccine that protects people against HIV.”
He did not disclose the amount of the bribe.