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This investigation, which is based on records obtained from the General Services Administration through the Freedom of Information Act, does not reveal anything illegal. But it does offer fresh evidence of how the Clintons blurred the line between their non-profit foundation, Hillary Clinton’s State Department and the business dealings of Bill Clinton and the couple’s aides.
Leaked emails are filling in the picture of a Bill-and-Hillary-Clinton plan to destroy Russia — a plan which had originated with U.S. President George Herbert Walker Bush in 1990, and which has been followed through both by his son George W. Bush, and by both of the Clintons, but which has only recently started to become documented by leaked publications of personal communications amongst the key operatives who were the insiders running this operation behind the scenes, and who include Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, George W. Bush, Victoria Nuland, Jeffrey Feltman, Saudi Prince Bandar bin Sultan al-Saud, Saudi Crown Prince Muhammed bin Salman al-Saud, and the Emir of Qatar.
originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: 727Sky
Politico has pulled the story and issued an apology.
when the Clintons left the White House, and the end of this year, had requested allocations under the Act totaling $16 million. That’s more than any of the other living former presidents — Jimmy Carter, George H. W. Bush and George W. Bush — requested during that span.
originally posted by: Gryphon66
a reply to: lordcomac
Yes, as a matter of fact, I do believe there is a distinction between legal and right and/or illegal and wrong.
Clinton used the same funds that all past Presidents have access to. The linked article tries to make that sound different from what every modern President has done. There's no difference.
But again, no wrongdoing, no illegal activity. The Clinton Foundation has done amazing things around the world for years. (As has the Carter Foundation, for that matter).
If Bill used his stipend to buy a server or start the Foundation (and there's little proof here that he did "buy the server" with these funds) that's a lot better bang for the buck than anything the Bushes, Reagans or Nixons have done.