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State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman gave the Clinton Foundation a pass on identifying foreign donors in its charitable filings — making it impossible to know if it got any special favors while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state, according to a report Tuesday. Scripps News found that the foundation and its subsidiary, the Clinton Health Access Initiative, took in $225 million in government donations between 2010 and 2014. New York’s charity law clearly states: “Organizations that received a contribution or grant from a government agency during the reporting period shall include the name of each agency from which contributions were received and the amount of each contribution.” But both the foundation and the CHAI failed to do that, and Schneiderman, a member of Clinton’s “leadership council” in New York and a fierce critic of Donald Trump, did nothing about it.
originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: xuenchen
Ha ha ha
Meanwhile the Clinton foundation can document where every penny came from and where every penny went and there are millions of people around the globe who have benefited from the good real work that that charity does.
AIDS medication that was too expensive was provided at a hugh discount to nations where the virus is rampant.
Education provided to girls for the first time. It's a very long list of who has been helped.
Who knows where the money donated to the trump foundation goes. We know some went to buy a rather large portrait of himself. For himself. Because he needed the charity...
Hillary had the wrong hardware for her job. No big deal.