Chris Matthews On Clinton Foundation Scandal: "When Countries Give You Money, They Want Something"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FhFwzH-cxe0
The Tangled Clinton Web • Clinton Cash • 4/24/15 •https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nJngR1uZ1WE
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.
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The Obama administration crafted an agreement with the foundation prior to Clinton's nomination to lead the State Department that allowed foreign governments to continue making donations in line with what they had given in past years. It was designed to ensure that countries would not try to seek favor with Clinton by giving money to her family's nonprofit.
"As with other global charities, we rely on the support of individuals, organizations, corporations and governments who have the shared goal of addressing critical global challenges in a meaningful way," foundation spokesman Craig Minassian told the paper. "When anyone contributes to the Clinton Foundation, it goes towards foundation programs that help save lives."
In her book, "Hard Choices," Clinton calls Algeria a "complicated" country where the U.S. must balance its issues and values, and noted its bad record on human rights issues.
previous report from the paper showed that the foundation has received more than $2 billion since it was created in 2001, and foreign governments make one-third of the donors who have given more than $1 million during the foundation's history.
The foundation resumed its acceptance of foreign donations of various amounts in 2013 once the agreement with the administration lapsed, but the foundation has said in a statement that if Clinton runs for president in 2016 it will reevaluate the money it accepts from foreign governments.