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Embattled Chamber of Commerce executive paid McCarrick as consultant (Wall Street Journal)

Catholic Culture Thursday, 6 June 2019
Thomas Donohue, the president of the US Chamber of Commerce, is under scrutiny for personal expenses. Among those expenses, listed by the Wall Street Journal, are $200,000 in consulting fees to former cardinal Theodore McCarrick.
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