The 16-year-old who operates with a partner said he also runs health websites in addition to the US politics site.
They launched the site in early 2016 and it's now averaging 1 million page views a month, said his partner.
According to emails released by Wiki Leaks, Clinton said in a private speech to Goldman Sachs that she would like to see more successful business people enter politics. They include the false claim that the pope endorsed Trump, and the false claim that Mike Pence said Michelle Obama is the "most vulgar first lady we've ever had." Those four posts together generated more than 1 million shares, reactions, and comments on Facebook.
The university student launched his site in August and stopped updating it in order to focus on another, more successful site he has that's focused on health and well-being.
He estimated there are "thousands" of health-related sites being run out of Veles.
They are responding to straightforward economic incentives: As Facebook regularly reveals in earnings reports, a US Facebook user is worth about four times a user outside the US.
The fraction-of-a-penny-per-click of US display advertising — a declining market for American publishers — goes a long way in Veles.