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Mon Dec 10, 2018, 10:16 AM

11. Bribery and U.S. law

There is no U.S. law that expressly prohibits commercial bribery. For example if a businessman pays the business manager of a company money in order to secure a contract from the company that man represents, it's a kickback. Federal law is clear that a United States presidential candidate who attempts to bribe a foreign entity for personal gain, it is against the law. The objective of bribing a foreign adversary, not simply any other foreign official, but an adversary of the U.S. and one that has committed illegal actions such as annexing part of another country and poisoning two ex-pats in London, is a serious federal crime.

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