“Welcome to the State Department,” began Toner. “I think we have some interns in the back. Welcome.
“Is that what it is?” asked one reporter. “I thought it was an exercise in spin and obfuscation.”
“[The] bottom line is that we generally make a practice of not commenting publicly on the details of these kinds of transactions such as settlement payments,” Toner responded. “We don’t normally even identify the parties involved, and that’s just due to the confidential nature of these transactions.”
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