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Bond is sent off to beat moneyman Le Chiffre in high-stakes baccarat.
This network is connected to a group of moneymen who may be living outside the country.
America has a volatile president, Hong Kong’s moneymen are concerned about Chinese meddling and there is turmoil in the Middle East.
The wider Democratic strategy also takes aim at GOP supply lines -- seeking to cut off or marginalize donors and fundraising sources, like conservative moneyman Richard Uihlein, with even indirect connections to Moore.
Some fear that foreign moneymen are using sterling’s depreciation as an opportunity to asset-strip British firms.
But the conservative moneymen surrounding Trump are agitating for a change.
When one corrupt player is caught and banned, the moneymen simply move on to the next.
Among the attendees were the moneymen who had been backing the guest of honor for years, Bill Ackman and Paul Hilal, along with Harrison protégé and CP’s current CEO, Keith Creel.
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: a man who controls the use of large amounts of money
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