Bill Clinton has collected more than $17 million from taxpayers since leaving office, more than double that of fellow Democrat Jimmy Carter.
Bill Clinton was paid $260,000 in January 2014 to deliver a speech that lasted less than an hour to a trade group for the perfume industry that later benefited from a Clinton Foundation project in Haiti.
Former President Bill Clinton conceded in an interview broadcast Monday that some donors may have contributed money to the Clinton Foundation in an attempt to gain influence with the family.
The Clintons are hosting a ritzy fundraiser on Friday night to raise money for the Clinton Foundation, while also belatedly celebrating Bill Clinton’s 70th birthday, Politico reported Wednesday night.
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell said in July he would “rather not have to vote” for Hillary Clinton in November, rattling off a host of reasons that included Bill Clinton’s reported infidelities, according to newly leaked emails published Wednesday.
CBS News said Tuesday that it edited out a key portion of Bill Clinton’s interview with Charlie Rose “purely for time,” even though the excised portion lasted less than five seconds.