Hillary’s “untrustworthy” number has shot through the roof the past few months, but this takes it to a whole new level.
Former president Bill Clinton runs the Clinton Foundation and through his work, he has managed to raise hundreds of millions of dollars while the actual charities and grants only receive about 15%.
The foundation is under fire because we have learned of the unique access that foundation donors had to Hillary when she was at the State Department.
Some of the largest foreign donors to the Clinton Foundation have been able to receive favorable agreements between them and the U.S. government.
It is no surprise that Hillary doesn’t want this information exposed, mainly because it points to major conflicts of interest if Hillary was to win.
Hillary says it isn’t a problem when she spoke on ABC News.
“I don’t think there are conflicts of interest. I know that that’s what has been alleged and never proven. But nevertheless, I take it seriously.”
During an interview with Tim Kaine and Hillary, the Democratic candidate said this about the Clinton Foundation.
“I’m very proud of the work that the Clinton Foundation has done. It’s a world-renowned charity because of the work that my husband started and many, many people helped him with. … He started this great work. He has made it his life’s work, after the presidency. And he has said, if I am so fortunate enough to be elected, he will not be involved. And I think that is appropriate.”
The biggest question is why would he have to step down at all if there were not conflicts? We know the answer though.
There were conflicts when she was at Secretary of State and those conflicts and the Clinton corruption would only be magnified if she won the top office in America.
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