Sunday, May 24, 2015

Clinton Foundation Policy Update

The Tangled Clinton Web • Clinton Cash • 4/24/15
Published on Apr 24, 2015
April 24th, 2015 • Investigation into the blurred relationships between the Clinton Foundation and the actions of Bill and Hillary Clinton on their behalf.

Bret Baier guides viewers through some of the questionable decisions made by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and how closely they are tied to the large contributions of Clinton donors.

Based upon revelations in the book "Clinton Cash" by Peter Schweizer, this investigative report examines the 'quid pro quo's' or 'pay to play' arrangements between the Clinton's and their largest contributors.

I hope someone does have the balls to investigate her and she has to be held accountable and prosecuted and she eventually has to pull out of her run for president because I think that would be me humiliating then losing the election - she belongs in jail her and administration in the state dept. and her family

Clinton Foundation Policy Update


Apr 15 2015
The Clinton Foundation is committed to improving millions of lives around the world.  In light of Secretary Clinton’s decision to run for President, Secretary Clinton has stepped down from the Clinton Foundation board and, while she is a candidate for President, the Foundation will modify its policies as follows:
Increase Donor Disclosure:  The Foundation will increase the frequency of disclosure of its donors from annually to quarterly, publishing new contributors beginning in July 2015, and then each quarter thereafter (i.e., October, January, and April). 
Clinton Global Initiative (CGI):  After the already scheduled CGI International conference in May (CGI Middle East & Africa), CGI will not hold any CGI International events, nor will it accept contributions or sponsorships from foreign governments, other than meeting attendance fees.
Contributions from Foreign Governments:  The Clinton Foundation only will accept funding from foreign governments that have funded Clinton Foundation programs, namely:  Australia, Canada, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, and the United Kingdom.  Funding from these governments will support the economic development or climate-focused work of the Clinton Climate Initiative, the Clinton Development Initiative, and the Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership. 
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