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U.S. presidential candidate Mitt Romney plans to raise campaign money in private while in Israel, so what he tells wealthy American supporters abroad will be kept quiet from voters at home. Romney's campaign is barring reporters from a fundraiser at Jerusalem's King David Hotel and not saying why.
At U.S. events, Romney's remarks to donors in communal spaces such as hotels are typically public. President Barack Obama allows reporters to hear his words at fundraisers, though he generally bars them from listening to question-and-answer sessions with those in attendance. The president sometimes allows coverage of his remarks at events in private homes.
Originally posted by sirjunlegun
reply to post by longlostbrother
They dont want Americans to see him bowing down to his Luciferian masters. It ought to be illegal to accept money from non-Americans for contributions. Anybody with any sense at all can see corruption all over thw place.