DAILYKENN.com -- For a Hungarian who seems to hate American values, billionaire George Soros sure spends a lot of time here — and a lot of money on politicians with a far-left bent.
Soros donated $6-billion to a Super PAC supporting Hillary Clinton.
Another foreigner heavily invested in Hillary is Egyptian-born billionaire Haim Saban. Saban reportedly contributed $5-billion to the PAC.
Both billionaires are American citizens who hold duel citizenship.
Billionaire George Soros contributed $6 million to a super-PAC supporting Hillary Clinton last month, according to the committee's latest financial statement.
The investor has now contributed a total of $7 million in this election cycle to Priorities USA Action, which raised $41 million on behalf of Clinton in 2015.
In the last 6 months, the super-PAC raised $25.3 million, meaning that Soros's contribution accounted for almost a quarter of its fundraising haul.
Also making large contributions to the committee in 2015 were media mogul Haim Saban and his wife Cheryl, who gave a total of $5 million, philanthropist Laure Woods, who gave $2.3 million, and investor Donald Sussman, who contributed $2.5 million.
This group, along with Soros, accounted for two-fifths of Priorities total fundraising in 2015.
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