Woodrow Wilson/Deep state control
| Woodrow Wilson/Deep state control|
(Deep state control)
|Like Richard Nixon, Woodrow Wilson took money and orders from financiers even as he publicly denounced them.|
Sponsorship by Big Money
Within a few months, Cleveland Dodge opened a bank account in New York and an office at 42 Broadway to boom Wilson into the Presidency. The campaign bank account was opened with a check for $1,000 from Cleveland Dodge. Dodge then provided funds to mail out the True American of Trenton, New Jersey to 40,000 subscribers throughout the United States, followed by a regular two pages a week of promotional material on Wilson For President.
As early as November 28, 1917, Colonel House cabled President Woodrow Wilson from Paris that it was "exceedingly important" that U.S. newspaper comments advocating that "Russia should be treated as an enemy" be "suppressed."
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