BREAKING: Hillary’s ‘Cleaner’ BUSTED In Video Before Debate – Here’s Who He REALLY Is

Ever since the first debate on Monday night, conspiracy theories have run rampant about the mystery man who was seen rushing to Hillary Clinton’s podium after the show ended to gather up her notes. While many reports have focused on what the man did when the debate ended, a new video has surfaced of what the man did before the debate that is raising some major eyebrows.

According to Mad World News, the video shows the man greeting Clinton before the debate and walking her into the building.

Making matters worse is the fact that many think the mystery man is actually lawyer Brady Williamson, who has been involved with and has had close ties with the Clintons for years. A leaked email revealed that Clinton had a private meeting with Williamson back in 2009, proving that she’s known him for years.

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Williamson is a long-time Democrat strategist who has been a member of the Democratic debate negotiating team for three decades. Fox News host Brit Hume has identified him as Clinton’s “cleaner,” which has raised many questions, including why Clinton would use a lawyer to gather her notes instead of an intern.

Williamson has also been involved in many, scandals of his own, as he also has ties to Egypt and the Arab Spring. The Gateway Pundit reported:

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…Williamson was involved in projects in Iraq, Southern Sudan, Egypt and Bangladesh, traveling frequently to Baghdad and East Africa to work with the committees drafting new national and regional constitutions. His constitutional work has been sponsored, under a grant from the U.S. government, by the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (NDI), a nonprofit organization working to strengthen democracy world-wide.

It’s also reported that the NDI was given a grant of $14 million and then court proceedings against NDI’s staff began in Cairo on February 2012. NDI was charged with managing an unlicensed nongovernmental organization and receiving funds from the U.S. government without the approval of the Egyptian government.

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