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'''Cantor Fitzgerald''' is a large financial firm. In 2001 it was the largest inter-dealer broker of U.S. government bonds.<ref name=fy>[[Document:Fifty Years of the Deep State]]</ref>
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==September 11, 2001==
 
==September 11, 2001==
On [[9/11]], the plane which hit the North Tower of the WTC crashed right into the offices of Cantor Fitzgerald, the largest inter-dealer broker of U.S. government bonds.<ref>[[Document:Fifty Years of the Deep State]]</ref>
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On [[9/11]], the plane which hit the North Tower of the WTC crashed right into the offices of Cantor Fitzgerald.<ref name=fy/>
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==Payments==
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In 2017, Cantor Fitzgerald offered to pay [[Barack Obama]] $400,000 for a single keynote speech.
 
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HeadquartersNew York City, New York, U.S.

Cantor Fitzgerald is a large financial firm. In 2001 it was the largest inter-dealer broker of U.S. government bonds.[1]

September 11, 2001

On 9/11, the plane which hit the North Tower of the WTC crashed right into the offices of Cantor Fitzgerald.[1]

Payments

In 2017, Cantor Fitzgerald offered to pay Barack Obama $400,000 for a single keynote speech.


References


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