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The Wall Street Journal reported that “the Clinton Foundation has raised at least $48 million from overseas governments.” The Washington Post has reported that Algeria, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, Australia, Norway, and the Dominican Republic are some of the foreign governments that have donated to the ...
The FBI has reportedly reopened an investigation into the Clinton Foundation, specifically into its alleged "pay-to-play" politics during Hillary Clinton's time as secretary of state. President Donald Trump has vocally pushed for investigations of the Clintons while in office. Governments known for abuse of ...

Human rights-abusing governments, including Algeria, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Oman, have donated millions to the Clinton Foundation. Saudi Arabia alone has contributed $10 million to $25 million. Ukrainian steel magnate Victor Pinchuk also gave the foundation $10 to $25 million. And he was by many ...
Bill Clinton, however, has shunned leisure time since his administration ended in January 2001. Instead, he has whiled away the hours toiling for an eponymous foundation he established with his wife Hillary Clinton. At least initially, the foundation seemed well-suited for cleaning up his legacy, after the ...
The FBI is investigating whether the Clinton Foundation accepted donations in exchange for political favors while Hillary Clinton was secretary of State, two people familiar with the probe confirmed Friday. The revelation comes as President Trump and congressional Republicans have been urging the ...
The Clinton Foundation has long acknowledged accepting millions in donations from foreign sources, from Algeria to Saudi Arabi. That practice, coupled with inconsistent reporting of donations, has left the charity vulnerable to allegations of pay-to-play politics. Chris Farrell the Director of Investigations and Research at ...

Officials told The Washington Post in 2015 that they didn't disclose a $500,000 donation from the Algerian government in 2010 for Haiti earthquake relief. • The Clinton Foundation belatedly disclosed in 2015 millions of dollars in speaking fees collected by former President Clinton, Secretary Clinton and ...
Asked to explain the Algerian oversight, Clinton Foundation officials pointed The Hill to the foundation's public statement, which acknowledges the mistake. The foundation said that immediately following the Haitian earthquake, the Embassy of Algeria made an “unsolicited” donation to the foundation's relief ...
He was discussing a column by the Washington Post's Ruth Marcus, whose op-ed highlighted an unreported donation to Bill Clinton's foundation by Algeria in 2010 as an example of sloppiness. The donation, and others like it, raises questions about whether Clinton went "soft" on Algeria for contributing to ...
The donation reportedly coincided with an intense effort by Algeria to lobby Mrs Clinton's State Department over US criticism of its human rights record. The incident appears to justify the early fears of Mr Obama's aides: that foreign governments would try to donate to the Clinton Foundation in a bid to ...
The Wall Street Journal reported that “the Clinton Foundation has raised at least $48 million from overseas governments.” The Washington Post has reported that Algeria, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, Australia, Norway, and the Dominican Republic are some of the foreign governments that have donated to the ...
The Green Berets are on the ground “training” Niger's special forces and carrying out capture missions with them from the outposts of Ouallam near the Malian border, Aguelal near the Algerian border, Dirkou along the main transport routes between Niger and Libya, and Diffa, along the southeastern ...
Human rights-abusing governments, including Algeria, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Oman, have donated millions to the Clinton Foundation. Saudi Arabia alone has contributed $10 million to $25 million. Ukrainian steel magnate Victor Pinchuk also gave the foundation $10 to $25 million. And he was by many ...
Bill Clinton, however, has shunned leisure time since his administration ended in January 2001. Instead, he has whiled away the hours toiling for an eponymous foundation he established with his wife Hillary Clinton. At least initially, the foundation seemed well-suited for cleaning up his legacy, after the ...
While the stories about the Kingdom's gifts to the Clinton Foundation have left a certain image of a Morocco taking sides in the last presidential election. ... With the decline of Algeria's diplomatic and intelligence presence in Mali, Morocco, with its considerable economic and political influence in Africa can ...
The Clinton Foundation has long acknowledged accepting millions in donations from foreign sources, from Algeria to Saudi Arabi. That practice, coupled with inconsistent reporting of donations, has left the charity vulnerable to allegations of pay-to-play politics. Chris Farrell the Director of Investigations and Research at ...
The Foundation failed to disclose support from the Algerian government. Officials told The Washington Post in 2015 that they didn't disclose a $500,000 donation from the Algerian government in 2010 for Haiti earthquake relief. • The Clinton Foundation belatedly disclosed in 2015 millions of dollars in ...

Asked to explain the Algerian oversight, Clinton Foundation officials pointed The Hill to the foundation's public statement, which acknowledges the mistake. The foundation said that immediately following the Haitian earthquake, the Embassy of Algeria made an “unsolicited” donation to the foundation's relief ...
He was discussing a column by the Washington Post's Ruth Marcus, whose op-ed highlighted an unreported donation to Bill Clinton's foundation by Algeria in 2010 as an example of sloppiness. The donation, and others like it, raises questions about whether Clinton went "soft" on Algeria for contributing to ...
The Clinton Foundation admitted to the Washington Post that it had broken those rules at least once by taking a $500,000 cheque from the Algerian government in 2010. The charity said the money was not solicited and arrived without notice after Mr Clinton appealed for the world to help Haiti in the wake of ...
The Foundation failed to disclose support from the Algerian government. Officials told The Washington Post in 2015 that they didn't disclose a $500,000 donation from the Algerian government in 2010 for Haiti earthquake relief. • The Clinton Foundation belatedly disclosed in 2015 millions of dollars in ...
... American tradition of appointing new ambassadors, we may conclude that the new US administration intends to give Algeria priority over Morocco. Others might argue that the President Trump intends to retaliate against Morocco after it allegedly donated nearly USD 12 million to the Clinton Foundation.
... Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, Libya, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Syria, ... My hunch is that “dark” Clinton Foundation money from Saudi ...
The Clinton Foundation has confirmed it accepted a $1 million gift from ... They include Algeria, which gave for the first time in 2010, and the ...
Clinton Foundation officials admitted last year to the Washington Post that they didn't disclose a $500,000 donation from the Algerian ...
DENVER, CO - JUNE 10: Founding chairman of the Clinton Global Initiative and 42nd President of the United States of America Bill Clinton ...
Joe Scarborough of MSNBC's "Morning Joe" brought up Algeria's donation to the Clinton Foundation in 2010 as an effort to get off the "terror list ...
The Clinton Foundation failed to submit a $500,000 donation from the Algerian government to the State Department for approval under an ...
(CNN) The Clinton Foundation admitted Thursday that a 2010 donation from the Algerian government was not properly approved under the ...
... also show more instances of pay to play with Clinton Foundation donors. .... discussions with the foreign ministers of Algeria and Morocco.
... discussions with the foreign ministers of Algeria and Morocco. ... various Clinton Foundation officials, including Doug Band, Terry Krinvic and ...
Did Qatar give the Clinton Foundation $1 million in exchange for getting the ... from other foreign governments, including Britain and Algeria.
Clinton Foundation scandals emerged as a major blow to Hillary Clinton's ... to the Clinton Foundation—including Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Algeria, ...
The Clinton Foundation has confirmed it accepted a $1 million gift from ... They include Algeria, which gave for the first time in 2010, and the ...
... Joe: Why Scarborough Is So Angry (And So Wrong) About Algeria ... 2010 donation to the Clinton Foundation from the government of Algeria, ...
Clinton Foundation officials admitted last year to the Washington Post that they didn't disclose a $500,000 donation from the Algerian ...
The Clinton Foundation consists of a host of nonprofits that work on a .... before the State Department and a $500,000 donation from Algeria.
... and millions of dollars from governments like Algeria, Saudi Arabia, ... The Clinton Foundation accepted millions of dollars from Australia, the ...
DENVER, CO - JUNE 10: Founding chairman of the Clinton Global Initiative and 42nd President of the United States of America Bill Clinton ...
Joe Scarborough of MSNBC's "Morning Joe" brought up Algeria's donation to the Clinton Foundation in 2010 as an effort to get off the "terror list ...
(CNN) The Clinton Foundation admitted Thursday that a 2010 donation from the Algerian government was not properly approved under the ...
Foreign governments who gave large contributions to the Clinton Foundation, including Saudi Arabia, Algeria, Oman, UAE and Bahrain, received a striking increase in U.S.
During the Cold War, Russia dominated or heavily influenced entire swathes of the Middle East: Syria, Iraq, Egypt, Libya, Algeria. Today, Russia controls part of Syria, not even all of it. ... Today, the Russians' stunning achievement is hacking into ...
The Clinton Foundation said it would no longer accept money from foreign governments if Hillary Clinton became president, and would spin off those programs that are dependent on foreign governments.
During the last eight years, Morocco never gained any official privileges in terms of U.S. policy in the Western Sahara conflict opposing the Kingdom to Algeria. Hillary's State Department was hardly friendly and the Obama's National Security team was ...
According to the New York Times, "The Clinton Foundation has accepted tens of millions of dollars from countries that the State Department - before, during and after Mrs. Clinton's time as secretary - criticized for their records on sex discrimination ...
This two-tiered avalanche of coverage provided precisely the kind of media misdirection the Clinton camp needed to divert attention from a) her lazy treatment of classified information as Secretary of State; b) her venal use of the Clinton Foundation ...
The poll included an average of 400 people from each country of the polling group, which was comprised of Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Kuwait, Morocco, Jordan, Palestine (both the West Bank and the Gaza Strip), Saudi Arabia and Tunisia.
Other Clinton scandals include the Clinton Foundation, which is creates a major conflict of interests between the Clintons and the US government.
The Clinton Foundation has confirmed it accepted a $1 million gift from Qatar while Hillary Clinton was serving as the U.S.


 

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