Another possible explanation is that the Clintons don't believe voters will really care that much. The renting of the Lincoln Bedroom to people who gave $5.4 million to the Democratic National Committee in 1995 and 1996 did no lasting damage to Bill's approval ratings. Neither did the 1996 fundraising scandal involving illegal foreign donations, which the Los Angeles Times reported on just before the president easily won a second term.
images of Chelsea’s $11 million dollar condo here:
REALITY CHECK ON HILL$$$ and BILL$$$ and Miss One Percent Chelsea... living the good life from the sweet bribes of Wall Street's biggest criminal corporations and global Muslim dictatorships.
Hill$$$ & Bill$$$ Clinton and the Art of Looting Charities… first declare yourself a charitable foundation. LOL!!!
The former president of the United States agreed to accept a lifetime achievement award at the June 2014 event after Ms. Nemcova offered a $500,000 contribution to the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation. The donation, made late last year after the foundation sent the charity an invoice, amounted to almost a quarter of the evening’s net proceeds — enough to build 10 preschools in Indonesia.
“By the time of Bill Clinton’s election in 1992, the Democratic Party had completely repudiated its association with the reforms of the New Deal and Great Society periods. Clinton gutted welfare programs to provide an ample supply of cheap labor for the rich (WHICH NOW MEANS OPEN BORDERS AND NO E-VERIFY!), including a growing layer of black capitalists, and passed the 1994 Federal Crime Bill, with its notorious “three strikes” provision that has helped create the largest prison population in the world.”
Clinton Foundation Put On Watch List Of Suspicious ‘Charities’
“This decision wasn’t made because of the Clinton Foundation’s remarkably lucrative sideline as a uranium superstore for Russian strongmen, but because its finances are opaque and dishonest, and because such a tiny amount of the money it rakes in actually goes to charitable endeavors. “The Clinton family’s mega-charity took in more than $140 million in grants and pledges in 2013 but spent just $9 million on direct aid,” notes the New York Post. “The group spent the bulk of its windfall on administration, travel, and salaries and bonuses, WITH THE FATTEST PAYOUTS GOING TO FAMILY FRIENDS.”