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Well "for the record", Trump was on one plane of Epstein's (not the Lolita xpress) from Fl to NY and Epstein wasn't even involved. You already know, but keep up your support
originally posted by: Antipathy17
a reply to: interupt42
"Acosta and Trump silence today about the arrest can't go unnoticed." You are looking too much into it. If I were a Trump who didn't do anything that is eluded to or even blatantly stated by some of the press; I wouldn't mention it first either. It's not a situation you can get on top of, its best to let it roll to your feet. Ecspecially considering derangement syndrom. If Trump makes the first statement, the pepople who don't like him will pounce. It's best he keeps talking to his people and figure out how to interact. The more time to do that, the better. Now if he is guilt, can I pull the lever to hang im and jeffy?
On February 18, 2015, The Washington Post reported that, "the foundation has won accolades from philanthropy experts and has drawn bipartisan support, with members of the George W. Bush administration often participating in its programs." *A Thousand Points of Light*
In August 2016 The Boston Globe's editorial board suggested that the Clinton Foundation cease accepting donations. The Globe's editorial board offered praise for the foundation's work but added that "as long as either of the Clintons are in public office, or actively seeking it, they should not operate a charity, too" because it represents a conflict of interest and a political distraction.
In 2016, Reuters reported that the Clinton Foundation suspected that it had been the target of a cyber security breach. As a consequence of the suspected cyber security breach, Clinton Foundation officials retained a security firm, FireEye, to evaluate its data systems. The cyber security breach has been described as sharing similarities with cyberattacks that targeted other institutions, such as the Democratic National Committee.
In October 2016, The Wall Street Journal reported that four FBI field offices—in New York, Los Angeles, Washington and Little Rock—had been collecting information about the Clinton Foundation to determine whether "there was evidence of financial crimes or influence-peddling". In a reported separate investigation, the Washington field office was investigating Terry McAuliffe before he became a board member of the Clinton Foundation.
CNN reported in January 2018 that the FBI is investigating allegations of corruption at the Clinton Foundation in Arkansas. Sources said that federal prosecutors are checking to see if foundation donors were improperly promised policy favors or special access to Hillary Clinton during her tenure as secretary of state in return for donations, and whether tax-exempt funds were misused by the foundation's leadership.
Additional Clinton associates who have had senior positions at the foundation include John Podesta
and Laura Graham. The foundation's success is spurred by Bill Clinton's worldwide fame and his ability to bring together corporate executives, celebrities, and government officials.
Similarly, the foundation areas of involvement have often corresponded to whatever Bill suddenly felt an interest in. Preceding Barack Obama's 2009 nomination of Hillary Clinton as United States Secretary of State, Bill Clinton agreed to accept a number of conditions and restrictions regarding his ongoing activities and fundraising efforts for the Clinton Presidential Center and the Clinton Global Initiative. Accordingly, a list of donors was released in December 2008.
The overlap between CGI and Teneo, of which Bill was a paid advisor, drew criticism. Disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein is also said, according to his lawyers, to have taken part in the conception of CGI.
Teneo is an international C-suite advisory firm. Founded in June 2011 by Declan Kelly, Paul Keary, and Doug Band, Teneo currently has more than 700 employees and operates across four operating segments: Strategy & Communications Advisory, Capital Advisory, Risk Advisory, and Management Consulting. Based in New York City with offices in 18 cities including a major operation in London and Dubai, among Teneo's clients are multi-national Fortune 500 companies, philanthropies, and high-net-worth individuals. The firm markets specific services such as corporate strategy, crisis management, media relations, mergers & acquisitions, investor relations, corporate risk, and operational restructuring, among several dozen others. In the first six months of 2015, Teneo advised clients on "communications and investor relations for 10 different M&A deals worth a total of over $60 billion". On September 13, 2016, the media reported that Teneo was considering an initial public offering for early 2017, among other options. Involved in various philanthropic projects, Teneo founded and operates the Teneo Foundation, which contributed millions to various nonprofits. Teneo also operates the Teneo Leadership Institute, at Cornell University, an initiative which trains CEOs and senior executives on managing "volatile markets, geopolitical winds and other disruptors facing global businesses".
Teneo's monthly retainer fees were reported to be as high as $250,000. Tony Blair and Bill Clinton were both announced as members of Teneo's advisory board, with Clinton later becoming a client and paid advisor to Teneo and its founders.[16
Teneo expanded throughout 2015, and on July 9, 2015, Teneo acquired the London-based communications agencies Blue Rubicon and Stockwell, effectively doubling in size. Blue Rubicon, which had offices in London, Doha, Dubai, and Singapore with 225 staff members, also had clients such as Facebook, Unilever, and Tesco. The smaller StockWell had clients such as Vivendi. Subsequently, on October 26, 2015, Teneo acquired Pendomer Communications, a financial and corporate communications firm based in London. The acquisition doubled Teneo's employee count to about 500 and brought the headcount at Teneo's London office to 200.
Involved in various philanthropic projects, Teneo founded and operates the Teneo Foundation, a non-profit which has contributed millions of dollars to organizations such as the Evan B. Donaldson Adoption Institute.
originally posted by: Antipathy17
a reply to: Duderino
The proof has always existed for clinton but she is too well connected. We have seen many examples of people commiting less of an offense then hillary and getting the book thrown at them. One example being her private server. How many SOLDIERS have been arrested for accidents? Yet that bitch put a server IN HER BASEMENT that relayed top secret info AND was comprimised. ONE example.... Since when does intent completely exonnerate someone of a crime? If thats the presedent then manslaughter should be removed from law.