Clinton Foundation

Clinton Met With Donors — So What?
We need more assurances from Clinton, but meetings are how things get done

There is no evidence to this point that Clinton's policies at the State Department were ever influenced by donors to her family foundation, writes Jonathan Allen. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call file photo)

Slap the handcuffs on. Lock Hillary Clinton up without trial! Maybe, as one Donald Trump ally suggested, just summarily execute her for treason.

What’s the charge? She had … (cover the children’s ears) … meetings! And some of them — fewer than two a month — were with Clinton Foundation donors.

Bill Clinton Defends Family Foundation
Repeats pledge not to take foreign donations if Hillary Clinton is elected

Former President Bill Clinton, center, seen here with his wife's running mate Sen. Tim Kaine in July, says he is "really proud" of the work of his family foundation. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call file photo)

Former President Bill Clinton has come to the defense of his family foundation now that it has become an issue in his wife's presidential campaign.

"If there's something wrong with creating jobs and saving lives, I don't know what it is," Clinton told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. "The people who gave the money knew exactly what they were doing. I have nothing to say about it except that I'm really proud. I'm proud of what they've done."

Clinton Should Come Clean on Her Relationships With Donors
Ability to convene movers and shakers doesn't make candidate beyond reproach

General election voters will see conflict-of-interest charges as damaging but not devastating problems for Hillary Rodham Clinton, writes Jonathan Allen. (CQ Roll Call).

Hillary Clinton has taken too much money from people with business before the government to dismiss concerns about conflicts of interest out of hand.

She’s taken it in smaller sums from direct donors to her campaigns for Senate and president, much larger contributions to the party she now runs, eye-popping personal payments for speeches and astronomical gifts to the Clinton Foundation.

Roger Stone Claims To Be In Contact With WikiLeaks Founder
The Trump ally said that Julian Assange has damaging documents from the Clinton Foundation

The controversial political consul Roger Stone might have inadvertently linked the Donald Trump campaign with the Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.

Stone was asked at an event in front of the the Southwest Broward Republican Organization whether there would be an "October surprise" from Wikileaks that could damage Hillary Clinton's campaign.