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Clinton gets $500,000 on-line within an hour of Pennsylvania polls closing.

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PHILADELPHIA, PA.--Clinton spokesman Mo Elleithee said on-line donations spiked and the campaign raised $500,000 in less than an hour after the Pennsylvania polls closed.

Up until now, our best average was in February," he said, when raising the campaign got $1 million a day on-line. Clinton just raised half of that on-line in an hour.

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WELL I AM NOT SURPRISED THAT CLINTON WON,THAT IS A WHITE STATE AND SHE IS WHITE,AS SHE HAS MADE VERY CLEAR.

YOU DON'T HAVE 6 WEEKS TO PUT YOUR SPIN ON THE TRUTH THIS TIME!
IN TWO WEEKS THE FINE FOLKS OF INDIANA, NORTH CAROLINA WILL RENDER
THEIR VOTES, NO DEBATES, NO SOUNDBITES TO USE, JUST GOOD OLE
POLITICS, GRIN AND BEAR IT HILLARY, IT'S ONLY GOING TO GET WORSE!
SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT THE NEW YORK TIMES, WHO GAVE YOU THEIR
BLESSING, BUT NOW THEY SEE THE SMEAR TACTICS YOU ARE USING AS
VERY DEVISIVE!

Do her donors know that most of the money will be used to pay $10 million in debts owed and to repay her $5 million loan to her campaign? Hahahahahah!

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