His speaking fee will be almost double what twice-failed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton charges for her Wall Street speeches.
"All those problems are serious, they're daunting, but they're not insoluble". "And that's because of young people like this". "We understand that he is going to be the keynote speaker for the lunch, and he's going to receive a fee of $400,000". All ex-president get pensions, to the tune of $205,700 annually, and the amount increases to keep up with inflation. Former President Jimmy Carter has volunteered for Habitat for Humanity, served as an election observer overseas, and gone on humanitarian missions, Birdsell said.
"I need a live steadicam and I need some Jack Daniels and popcorn to watch Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren's reaction when they find out "St. Obama" is getting dirty Wall Street money", McCain said.
The New York Post, meanwhile, said his speech made him "Wall Street's newest fat cat".
Not being independently wealthy, Obama will seek to cash in on speaking fees and lucrative book deals. She later came under huge criticism during her campaign for receiving so much money to speak to Wall Street firms.
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She was heavily criticised during last year's presidential campaign for her Wall Street speeches, with activists on both sides of the political spectrum demanding she release the transcripts.
"Trump appeared at 17 seminars and collected this fee for each one". He spoke to about 500 people Monday at ...
Obama's appearance at Cantor Fitzgerald - which lost a significant portion of its workforce in the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center - will see him paid nearly double the fee Clinton commanded for her talks at Goldman Sachs in 2015.
Talk isn't cheapHillary and Bill Clinton have earned over $200 million from public speaking.
The former Treasury Secretary, Tim Geithner, was reportedly paid $100,000 to speak at Blackstone's annual meeting in 2013.