Hillary Clinton says she is giving the Democratic donations Harvey Weinstein gave her to charity. Clinton, who remained silent for six days after the Weinstein scandal broke, told CNN Wednesday ´There´s no one to give it back to. What other people are saying, what my former colleagues are saying, is that they´re going to donate it to charity, and of course I will do that.´ Clinton added ´I give 10 per cent of my income to charity every year, this will be part of that. There´s no doubt about it.´ einstein raised and donated hundreds of thousands of dollars for Clinton, going back
FTA: "Clinton added ´I give 10 per cent of my income to charity every year, this will be part of that " So she is keeping it and using it as part of her 10% which means she is personally giving less than 10%. She would have to give it over and above her normal 10% for it to be honest. But then, honesty was never her strong suit, was it?
I give 10 per cent of my income[taxable income? gross income?] to charity [Clinton Foundation?] every year, this [legally ambigous] will be part of that [legally ambigous]. There´s no doubt about it [legally ambigous].
Basically she has stated that she gives 10% of something to someone every year.
what is definition of "Democratic donation". Unlikely that includes Clinton Foundation, PACS, maybe even her own personal campaign. Maybe only donations to the Democratic National Party..hard to know what it refers to.
Remember these are the people that recently refilled years of Clinton Foundation Tax returns.
She´s laughing at all the rubes that think a single penny she controls that came from Weinstein, will every be relenquished.
When The Beast donates money it´s just being laundered. Notice Harvey never inappropriate relationshiped The Vile Witch. Thank goodness I´ve never paid money to watch anything Weinstein was involved in.
The L-Dotters are on to the HildeBeast. It speaks to the corruption of the ´news media´ that so many people are not.
The Beast MAY take a few bucks and ´donate to charity´- the Clinton Crime Foundation (taking the money from one pocket and putting it in the other.... most likely scenario) or there is a slight chance she may give a few nickels to PP, AKA ´The Black Baby Killers´.
My feeling is that, as is the usual case when her lips are moving, that she is simply lying, and that she is KEEPING THE CA$H.
A Clinton actually giving up some cash that´s already stuffed into their pockets???? That´s a laugh that only their sycophants and the Useless Media would pretend to believe. I say ´´pretend´´ because even those morons KNOW the Clintons are crooks she´s lying again.
Ah, so Weinstein´s Clinton campaign contributions are unspent? So why is Hillary allowed to hang on to campaign donations? We know she must have it in an interest bearing account. Campaign funds are not for personal enrichment, by law.
Who´s she kidding? They are going to be in serious financial squeeze now that the clinton influence is history. The foundation is toast. No country will donate a penny, since she won´t be in the WH. These people are despicable. For the first time in their lives, they are going to find out what it means to work for their money. And writing soul searching books ain´t gonna do it.
Translation: "I claim to give 10% of my income to charity every year. That fictitious amount should cover any donations from Harvey Weinstein which I actually spent long ago during my failed presidential campaign."
I don´t get the logic that this poisoned money should go to another charity. It is still poisoned money. Give it back to the giver. I know that sounds strange but passing ill gotten money along just ingratiates another in the line of passing bad money. Send the money back to the source and be done with it.
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