Wherever Hillary Clinton is going, she needs at least a Gulfstream G450 to get there.
The once nearly “dead broke” former First Lady now makes steep demands when she gives speeches to corporations, groups and universities, according to emails between Clinton’s agent and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where Clinton will earn $225,000 for a 90-minute speech in October.
The school received a bit of a break from the $300,000 Clinton requested during initial negotiations, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, which obtained the emails that were sent last year.
The correspondence showed that Clinton normally requires “round-trip transportation on a chartered private jet.”
Specifically, the former Secretary of State must fly on a “Gulfstream G450 or larger jet,” according to the emails.
According to Gulfstream’s website, Gulfstream G450s hold up to 16 passengers.
Clinton has come under fire for pocketing those huge fees and living a luxurious lifestyle while also downplaying her and husband Bill’s enormous wealth. Besides telling ABC’s Diane Sawyer that she and Bill were nearly “dead broke” after leaving the White House in 2001, Clinton said that the couple are unlike the “truly well off.”
The Clinton’s are estimated to be worth between $100 million and $200 million.