• Chelsea Clinton Dodges Family Foundation Corruption Claims

    There’s a new bombshell report out from the New York Times detailing how huge donations from Canadian and Russian mining companies flowed into the Clinton Foundation just as those same businesses were lobbiying the Hillary-run State Department, to approve a transaction that would give control of a Wyoming uranium mine to Russia.

    And now the earth-shattering implications of corruption and pay-to-play have landed on the lap of Chelsea Clinton who was asked about the swirling allegations surrounding her family’s foundation.

    “What the Clinton Foundation has said is that we will be even more transparent, even though Transparency International and others have said we’re among the most transparent of foundations,” the Clinton said when asked about her family’s latest scandal during a panel on women in girls in New York City.

    Chelsea Clinton is the Vice Chair of the Clinton Foundation.

    “I very much believe that that is the right policy. That we’ll be even more transparent. That to eliminate any questions while we’re in this time, we won’t take new government funding, but that the work will continue as it is,” Clinton added.

    “The new revelations reported by the New York Times continue to raise serious questions about Hillary Clinton’s judgment and her handling of conflicts of interest surrounding the Clinton Foundation while serving as Secretary of State,” Allison Moore, spokeswoman for the Republican National Committee said in a statement Thursday.

    Chelsea Clinton’s comments were caught by cameras from ABC News, which has also reported on the forthcoming book Clinton Cash by Peter Schweitzer.

    Clinton Cash uncovers details about how foreign entities received favors from Bill and Hillary Clinton after donating to the Clinton Foundation while Hillary Clinton served as secretary of state.

    Chelsea said nothing to disprove these allegations, which have been reported far and wide.

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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