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In March of this year when Forbes list of billionaires was revised and saw Mark Zuckerberg rocket up the list from sixteenth to six by adding over $11 billion to his worth in 2015, a bigger gain than any other for the year, I wrote that he wasn't done ...
Meanwhile, we are informed that the New York Times' "strings are being pulled by Mexico's Carlos Slim, a billionaire who benefits from NAFTA and supports Hillary Clinton's open border policies." The Washington Post is implicated in the cabal as well; ...
"The New York Times strings are being pulled by Mexicos Carlos Slim, a billionaire who benefits from NAFTA and supports Hillary Clinton?

It is part of a strategy, known as Red Compartida (shared network) to curb the market influence of Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim, whose America Movil controls 70 per cent of the mobile sector in the Latin American country. Officials announced in ...
"The New York Times strings are being pulled by Mexico's Carlos Slim, a billionaire who benefits from NAFTA and supports Hillary Clinton's open border policies.
Two companies connected to Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim have declared an interest in taking over a majority stake in Colombia's $857 million effort to make the Magdalena River navigable, the Colombian government said on Tuesday.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Thursday dismissed numerous allegations that he had groped and otherwise sexually harassed women while insulting the appearance of one prominent accuser.
On Friday, he added Carlos Slim, a Mexican billionaire who is the New York Times' largest shareholder, to his list of conspirators.
Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim, a Clinton Foundation donor who owns a stake a major stake in the New York Times, is mentioned in some of Podesta's emails, in discussions about the foundation's work and potential collaborations.
Donald Trump will broaden his attack against the media to hit globalism and the Clinton Foundation by charging that Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim is part of a biased coalition working in collusion with the Clinton campaign and its supporters to ...
The man who could be the country's top elected official on Friday chalked the sexual assault allegations against him up to a vast conspiracy orchestrated by a Mexican billionaire and repeatedly insulted the women's appearances as evidence of their ...
Donald Trump plans to invoke Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim to advance his claim that the news media and other global figures are trying to sink his campaign, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Donald Trump was set to launch an attack on Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim on Friday morning, sources told the Wall Street Journal.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is reportedly ready to name Mexican telecommunications billionaire Carlos Slim as a member of the global conspiracy that he insists is working to deny him the presidency of the United States. According to ...

So Carlos Slim, largest owner of the paper, from Mexico," Trump said at an election rally in North Carolina. "Reporters at The New York Times, they're not journalists, they're corporate Lobbyists for Carlos Slim and for Hillary Clinton. We're going to ...
Donald Trump, dogged by fresh allegations of making inappropriate advances toward women, has set his sights on an unlikely target: Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim. Once referred to as the "richest man you've never heard of," Slim is a telecom tycoon ...
The Republican nominee has blamed the media for creating his sexual-assault scandal, claimed polls and ballot-boxes are being "rigged," and has even alleged that Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim, in partnership with The New York Times, Clinton, and a ...
Two companies connected to Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim have declared an interest in taking over a majority stake in Colombia's $857 million effort to make the Magdalena River navigable, the Colombian government said on Tuesday.
Hillary worried bust pointing Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is accusing his Democratic party rival Hillary Clinton of colluding with Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim - a major investor in the Left-leaning New York Times that endorses the ...
Donald Trump will broaden his attack against the media to hit globalism and the Clinton Foundation by charging that Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim is part of a biased coalition working in collusion with the Clinton campaign and its supporters to ...
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Thursday dismissed numerous allegations that he had groped and otherwise sexually harassed women while insulting the appearance of one prominent accuser.
The besieged Republican presidential candidate is expected to declare Mexican telecommunications billionaire Carlos Slim the source of recent media headaches and allegations of sexual assault, particularly those printed in the New York Times, the Wall ...
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Friday blamed Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim, who is the largest shareholder in The New York Times, for the daily coming out with stories against him.
Donald Trump was set to launch an attack on Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim on Friday morning, sources told the Wall Street Journal.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is reportedly ready to name Mexican telecommunications billionaire Carlos Slim as a member of the global conspiracy that he insists is working to deny him the presidency of the United States. According to ...
So Carlos Slim, largest owner of the paper, from Mexico," Trump said at an election rally in North Carolina. "Reporters at The New York Times, they're not journalists, they're corporate Lobbyists for Carlos Slim and for Hillary Clinton. We're going to ...
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump suggested Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim was involved in the publication of New York Times articles about women who have come out and alleged Trump made unwanted sexual advances.
GREENSBORO, North Carolina (Reuters) - US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Friday (Oct 14) accused Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim of trying to help Democrat Hillary Clinton win the Nov 8 election through his connection to the New ...
The Wall Street Journal on Thursday published a story announcing Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump would accuse Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim of being part of a "biased coalition working in collusion with the (Hillary) Clinton campaign ...
Donald Trump, dogged by fresh allegations of making inappropriate advances toward women, has set his sights on an unlikely target: Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim. Once referred to as the "richest man you've never heard of," Slim is a telecom tycoon ...
Donald Trump will broaden his attack on the media to hit globalism and the Clinton Foundation by charging that Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim is part of a biased coalition working with the Clinton campaign to generate reports of decades-old ...
According to the Wall Street Journal, Trump plans to soon expand this worldwide web to include Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim, because how could he of the border wall not claim Mexico was in on it? I'd make a joke about Trump being close to saying ...
His latest target was Carlos Slim, the Mexican billionaire who owns a share of The New York Times. Trump declared in Greensboro that "we can't let" Slim influence the election.
Speaking at a rally Friday in Greensboro, North Carolina, Trump targeted Carlos Slim, the Mexican billionaire who owns a share of The New York Times.
Speaking at a rally Friday in Greensboro, North Carolina, Trump targeted Carlos Slim, the Mexican billionaire who owns a share of The New York Times.
The New York billionaire denied the allegations and blamed them on Clinton's campaign and a complicit news media. He promised to sue his media critics and said he was preparing evidence that would discredit his female accusers, whom he called ...
Trump again accused a "sick media" of trying to Take Down his presidential campaign in cahoots with rival Hillary Clinton's campaign.
The Wall Street Journal reported on Friday that Trump was set to add Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim to his targets, citing a Trump adviser as saying the candidate would accuse Slim of helping to generate reports of the sexual misconduct.
Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim, a Clinton Foundation donor who owns a stake a major stake in the New York Times, is mentioned in some of Podesta's emails, in discussions about the foundation's work and potential collaborations.
On Friday, he added Carlos Slim, a Mexican billionaire who is the New York Times' largest shareholder, to his list of conspirators.
Donald Trump's campaign has signaled that it plans to attack Mexican billionaire and New York Times shareholder Carlos Slim as part of his expanding offense against the newspaper. Trump will attack Slim as a "foreigner" with interest in electing ...
Donald Trump on Friday suggested that a Mexican billionaire might be behind the series of news stories related to allegations that he has inappropriately touched women without their consent.
The man who could be the country's top elected official on Friday chalked the sexual assault allegations against him up to a vast conspiracy orchestrated by a Mexican billionaire and repeatedly insulted the women's' appearances as evidence of their ...
According to the report, which cited an unnamed Trump adviser, Trump planned to claim that Slim, a New York Times shareholder and Clinton Foundation donor, was trying to boost Hillary Clinton's campaign by damaging Trumps.
A representative for Slim, however, said that the billionaire doesn't have any interest in influencing the election. "He doesn't know him.
As the hurricane in Haiti is reigniting criticism about the role of the Clinton Foundation in relief work in its 2010 earthquake, the emails narrate ongoing conversations that Podesta and his team had with billionaires over reconstruction. While the ...


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