Society & Culture
Leid Stories—Closing In On the Clintons’ Massive Charity Fraud, and Finding They Have Lots of Company (Part 2)—10.19.17
Charles Ortel, a former Wall Street banker turned financial investigator who widely is recognized as a leading expert on The Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation (the Clinton Foundation), follows his bombshells about the operations and machinations of the foundation and its principals with new findings that broaden the circle of key players in what he calls “the largest unprosecuted fraud in U.S. history.”
Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley announced yesterday that his committee is looking into major conflicts of interest involving the foundation’s financial dealings. Ortel’s reports on Leid Stories centered on multiple initiatives the foundation claimed it was successfully running as a donor-funded charity. But very little about the foundation appears to be operating lawfully under its tax-exempt status. Instead, the foundation continues to operate, outside of its original purpose of building a presidential library, as the Clintons’ personal slush fund.
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