Hillary Clinton and her family’s foundation continue to come under heavy fire from critics on the political right and left. Clinton Cash, the book that discloses what its author claims is a distinct pattern of international influence peddling by the former secretary of state, has now been acknowledged to be accurate, at least in part.
As Breitbart reports, the woman who runs the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation has acknowledged that mistakes were made. “[Maura] Pally said the foundation expected to refile some of its tax forms because it had “mistakenly combined” government grants and donations. She said the foundation would “remedy” any errors, but stressed the total revenue was reported accurately.”
Meanwhile, well known liberal author and commentator Eleanor Clift is giving a big boost to the credibility of Clinton Cash author Peter Schweizer, who has been dismissed by Clinton defenders as a partisan, right-wing hack. Writing in The Daily Beast, Clift says the left’s attempts to delegitimize Schweizer’s work will fail.
If he were as off-base as the campaign and its allies portray him, would a high-quality publication like The New York Times risk its reputation by partnering with him? And would Common Cause, the gold standard for good-government groups, which is currently chaired by former Clinton labor secretary Robert Reich, be calling for an independent review that would be made public of all large donations to the Clinton Foundation?
On her weekend Fox News show, Judge Jeanine Pirro blasted Mrs. Clinton as the worst possible choice for president because of character traits that, Pirro observes, would make her “without a doubt, hands down, the absolute best” in another kind of job.
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The host of Justice with Judge Jeanine laid out a profound case against the former secretary of state who wants to be president, arguing: “Hillary Clinton’s life has always been about money. From Whitewater to cattle futures to leaving the White House with whatever china she could take. As a prosecutor, I can tell you that it’s always about money or women, and the Clintons have both.”
By clicking on the video above, you can find out why Judge Jeanine thinks Hillary Clinton would be terrible in the White House but excellent in another top position.