At a rally Tuesday night in New Mexico, Donald Trump advisor Stephen Miller read from the book Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich
"We would all like everyone in the media to cover this book, wouldn't we? So we're going to have a little reading time. I'm going to read from the book," he said. "And I will show up at all the rallies and keep reading from the book until the media writes about it."
Miller read from the chapter describing the Clintons' effort to rebuild Haiti after the earthquake there in 2010.
Hillary Rodham Clinton’s brother, Tony Rodham, sat on the board of a mining company that in 2012 received one of only two “gold exploitation permits” issued by the Haitian government in over 50 years.
The Rodham gold mine revelation is just one of dozens featured in a the book by three-time New York Times bestselling author Peter Schweizer. According to USAID, $3.1 billion have been dispersed since the 2010 Haiti earthquake.
STEPHEN MILLER: I want to explain this. Hillary Clinton funnels grant money to this company, then the company pays Bill Clinton money. You know what it kind of sounds like to me? It kind of sounds like a money laundering scheme.
Now, listen to this. You all remember how they put the Clintons in charge of the Haiti relief? Here's what the book says about that. I'm going to read right from the book right now.
We would all like everyone in the media to cover this book, wouldn't we? So we're going to have a little reading time. I'm going to read from the book.
And I will show up at all the rallies and keep reading from the book until the media writes about it.
This is what the book says: The effort to rebuild Haiti -- which were largely controlled by Bill and Hillary Clinton, have been a massive failure. Funds for reconstruction have ended up in worthless projects, while in several cases, Clinton friends, allies and family members have benefitted from the reconstruction. The reality seems clear. As one individual told the Wall Street Journal, "you won't be in the gang."
Does that sound like a good way to run disaster relief? No. The book continues.
It is hard to overstate the power the Clintons weilded in the dispersement of U.S. taxpayer money for Haitian relief.
This next part is the most shocking. Listen to this.
But it wasn't just connected businessmen, who were benefitting from the rebuilding of Haiti.
Clinton family memebrs did too... Bill and Hillary have been looking for investors to come to Haiti, but it was a ripoff. One possible bright spot was mining. Haiti is rich in natural minerals. There's an estimated $20 billion in Gold, Silver and other precious metals. In 2012, the Haitian government decided to do something it hasn't done in half a century. Grant permits for gold mining... One of the two recipients was a small North Carolina startup called BCS Mining. The company had little track record of mining operation, but its leadership would later vote for a board member with a familiar last name. Tony Rodham, Hillary's youngest brother.
Nice how that all worked out, isn't it?