SURPRISE! Donations To The Clinton Foundation DROP Dramatically After Hillary Loses Election

Source: People's Pundit Daily

Donations to the Clinton foundation are way down since Hillary lost the election. This confirms what many people have been saying for months. That the foundation was a way to buy access to the Clintons. Now that they’re out of power, who needs to buy access to them anymore?

The Daily Mail reported:

Donations to the Clinton Foundation plummeted amid Hillary’s failed run for the presidency

Donations to the Clinton Foundation plummeted amid Hillary Clinton’s failed presidential run, it has been revealed. The non-profit organization’s latest tax filings show contributions fell 37 per cent to $108 million – down from $172 million in 2014, according to the New York Post.

Donations fell as the former Secretary of State left the group in April last year shortly after announcing her run for the White House. Her departure also meant that revenue brought in from paid speeches plunged from $3.6 million in 2014 to just $357,500.

The foundation became an issue during the presidential campaign when Donald Trump pledged to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate it amid pay-to-play allegations. Trump called the foundation ‘the most corrupt enterprise in political history’ adding, ‘It must be shut down immediately.’

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Don’t feel bad for the Clintons. They’re still worth over $100 million dollars.

The future of the Clinton Foundation may be in question, however.

You can’t sell influence if you don’t have any.


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