It’s been a bad week for donors to the Clinton Foundation, the so-called charitable organization run by members of the Clinton political dynasty. Clinton Foundation donors who are currently dealing with adversity include:
Some interesting artwork has popped up on the streets surrounding ABC News’ Good Morning America studios in New York City.
The top lobbyist for the Walt Disney Company, parent company of ABC News, is a major Democratic donor who formerly worked as executive director of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC).
Hillary Clinton took questions from the media in Iowa on Tuesday for the first time in four weeks. When asked about her relationship with longtime Clinton operative Sidney Blumenthal, who was personally advising the State Department while he was employed by the Clinton Foundation and perusing business interests in Libya, the former secretary of state told reporters: “I’m going to keep talking to my old friends, whoever they are.” Talking regularly with Blumenthal, she argued, was a way for her to escape the “bubble” of insider politics.
In additional to Blumenthal, here are a few of the “old friends” Hillary may be keeping in touch with.
George Stephanopoulos renewed his ABC contract last year for $105 million over seven years, according to the New York Post.
It was quickly apparent in the wake of last week’s news that George Stephanopoulos had quietly donated $75,000 to the Clinton Foundation that he should have no part in Republican primary debates, and now his ability to fairly moderate a Democratic debate is being questioned too.