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Excerpts from Hillary Clinton’s closed-door paid speeches to Wall Street executives appear to have been made public for the first time after WikiLeaks published thousands of hacked emails from her campaign chairman.

The speech excerpts - which have not yet been authenticated - show Clinton touting her "great relations" with Wall Street, and declaring that she wants "open borders" and free trade.

Dinesh D'Souza said on "Hannity" tonight that this WikiLeaks release reinforces a label that Donald Trump has placed on the Democratic presidential nominee: Crooked Hillary.

"On the public campaign trail, she savages Wall Street. She acts like she is their enemy," D'Souza said. "But when she gets behind closed doors, not only does she receive large amounts of money from these guys, but she intimates to them, 'Wink, wink. She's actually their friend.'"

"She's happy to conspire with them against the American people when it's in her interest to do so, when she's paid enough."

D'Souza noted that the media is fixated on covering Trump's vulgar comments from 2005, so there's hardly any attention on this story.

"We have seen a biased media in my entire adult lifetime," D'Souza said. "To some degree, we're seeing journalists wear the label of journalism, but they're not really journalists. They're actually doing a political mission for Hillary in this election."

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