Hillary Clinton requires 'presidential suite,' stenographer for speaking engagements, report says.

Stenographer’s invoice for reporting her speech is $1,250.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal obtained Clinton's contract and related documents related to a scheduled October 13 speech at a University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) Foundation fundraiser. The documents show that Clinton received $225,000 to speak at the fundraiser, a discount from her initial $300,000 asking price. But the fee was only the first of Clinton's many stipulations. 

Also, according to her standard speaking contract, Clinton has to stay at the event no longer than 90 minutes and will pose for no more than 50 photos with no more than 100 people. There is no press coverage of video or audio taping of her speech allowed, with the only record allowed being made by a stenographer whose transcript is given to Clinton. The paper reports, however, that the stenographer's $1,250 bill will be paid by the UNLV Foundation. 

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Just wondering.  Did it amaze anyone that the stenographer's bill was $1,250 for recording a speeech by Hillary?

I used to record speeches and meetings but never had a bill approaching $1,250 for a speech.


Yes, $1,250 for 90 minutes is quite a bit of money.


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