The Republican National Committee released a video on Wednesday highlighting ties between Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonMillennials and the great reckoning on race Biden chooses Amanda Gorman as youngest known inaugural poet Can Biden encompass the opposition he embodied? MORE and the CEO of Goldman Sachs.

The GOP "rapid response" video, posted on YouTube, shows Clinton inviting Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein on stage at the Clinton Global Initiative's annual meeting in New York on Wednesday. 

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The caption of the video is "Goldman Sachs CEO jokes about how well he knows Hillary Clinton." 

After Clinton introduces Blankfein, along with two other people, he takes the stage, greets Clinton and says, "So this isn't the first time we've all met."

Blankfein was there to discuss Goldman Sachs's 10,000 Women initiative, which supports women in business around the world. 

It is not surprising that the RNC is releasing videos critical of Clinton, given that she is the front-runner for the Democratic nomination for president if she opts to run, but this video makes a point usually heard from liberals. 

There has long been grumbling on the left that Clinton is too close to Wall Street, leading to speculation that she could face a liberal primary challenger such as Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth WarrenPorter loses seat on House panel overseeing financial sector OVERNIGHT ENERGY: Nine, including former Michigan governor, charged over Flint water crisis | Regulator finalizes rule forcing banks to serve oil, gun companies | Trump admin adds hurdle to increase efficiency standards for furnaces, water heaters DeVos mulled unilateral student loan forgiveness as COVID-19 wracked economy: memo MORE (D-Mass.).

In 2012, Democrats were the ones trying portray the Republican presidential nominee, Mitt Romney, as out of touch because of his past at the private equity firm Bain Capital.

Earlier in the program on Wednesday, Clinton announced an initiative through the Clinton Foundation that will spend $600 million on helping girls attend secondary school around the world.