America was a firm believer in the made-up story by the Obamas that they are interested in helping the citizens of America and have no interest in making personal gain.
However, this could not have been further from the truth, and if you weren’t convinced in this so far, read on about their latest greedy deed, just upon their return from Washington.
As The Daily Wire stated, Barack and Michelle Obama are planning on making so many speeches, in fact, more than Hillary and Bill Clinton together, which will bring them huge profits.
Peter Shankman, advertising and marketing and PR technique firm The Geek Factory, assured that the Obamas would make about $250,000 per speech.
“No doubt [former President Obama’s] first speech could easily [command] $250k at minimum,” Shankman said. “Michelle will also see numbers around [$250K per speech] for the first year as well. Those fees probably won’t drop anytime soon, when you stop and think about it, especially if Obama continues to be vocal, as he [has] said he would.”
Back in 2011, former president, Bill Clinton made close to $250,000 per speech, while Hillary Clinton made $235,000 a speech.
Additionally, Shankman said that Michelle Obama would get the same amount of money as Barack Obama,
“Michelle will also see numbers around [$250K per speech] for the first year as well,” he said. “Those fees probably won’t drop anytime soon, when you stop and think about it, especially if Obama continues to be vocal, as he [has] said he would.”
The Harry Walker Agency, which is the very group that the Clintons used previously, has now been hired by Barack and Michelle Obama and their job will be to handle and organize their speeches.
The agency is also in charge of representing individuals, such as former Secretary-General of the United Nations Kofi Annan, former Treasury Secretary Jack Lew, former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and former vice presidents Dick Cheney and Al Gore.
Do you believe that the Obamas are in it just for the money or are they sincere?
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