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Buying Superdelegates

One of Hillary’s biggest financial backers reportedly offered $1 million for a superdelegate vote. During a phone conversation with Young Democrats of America, Haim Saban — a billionaire Clinton supporter — said $1 million would be given to the group if YDA President David Hardt and another superdelegate would pledge for Hillary. The group turned the offer down, and Saban denies he ever made it in the first place.

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