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Clinton Foundation president Donna Shalala says the charity would need to transition some of its work to other organizations if Hillary Clinton is president -- even though it didn't do so when she was secretary of state.
"When she's president, there's no process you could set up that would eliminate conflict of interest -- so we actually have to reduce the size of the foundation and what it does," Shalala, who was secretary of Health and Human Services under President Bill Clinton, said in an interview with CNN's Alisyn Camerota on "New Day."
"What we have to do when she's president is we have to actually eliminate any aspect of conflict of interest -- so all the international programs are spun off," she said.
originally posted by: stosh64
a reply to: xuenchen
"The Clinton foundation did SECTACULAR work"
Making spectacular amounts of $$$$ for the Clintons.
Ask the people in Haiti how spectacular their work is.
She was less convincing in her lies than Hillary, if that's possible.