One America News reporter Neil W. McCabe interviewed Breitbart political editor Matt Boyle about his report on how the Angolan government has hired Washington lobbyists for a year-long, $4 million contract. More than 20-percent of the aid the country receives comes from the United States. This contract comes at the same time Angola is being sued in federal court by American companies for overdue invoices.
O governo angolano contractou a companhia Americana Squire Patton Boggs para fazer lobby em Washingtona favor de angola. O contracto vai custar a angola quatro milhões e cem mil dólares por um ano com uma opção de um segundo ano e vai centrar-se essencialmente em garantir apoio para a reforma do sistema bancário do país.
ANGOLA HIRES SQUIRE PATTON BOGGS: The government of Angola has hired Squire Patton Boggs lobbyists to represent the former Portuguese colony in Washington. Robert Kapla and Joe Brand will lead a team of Squire Patton Boggs lobbyists who will work to secure help for Angola to reform its banking sector, attract international investment and find allies in Washington, according to a contract filed with the Justice Department. David Stewart, James Sivon, Dave Schnittger and Rory Murphy of Squire Patton Boggs have registered to represent the country, along with Kapla.