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:
George Stephanopoulos ($75,000)
The chief anchor for ABC News was forced to apologize after failing to disclose $75,000 in donations to Clinton Foundation while covering the charity. This week, anti-Stephanopoulos street art popped up near ABC News headquarters in Manhattan.
Morocco ($1 million—$5 million)
Less than a week after hosting Bill and Chelsea Clinton at an extravagant Clinton Foundation event in Marrakech, the Moroccan government was slammed in an Amnesty International report for its continued use of "violent interrogation tactics" against political dissidents.
Saudi Arabia ($11 million—$30 million)
The Gulf kingdom cast its close relationship with the Clintons in a bad light when it put out an open hiring call for executioners to handle the increasing number of beheadings and amputations.
Qatar ($1.25 million—$5.5 million)
The oil-rich nation embarrassed itself when, after inviting a BBC crew to report on preparations for the 2022 World Cup, security officers arrested and detained the journalists for "trespassing."
Bank of America ($600,000—$1.25 million), Barclays ($1.5 million—$6 million), Citigroup ($1.5 million—$6 million), and JPMorgan ($102,000—$260,000)
The banks were ordered to pay $5.7 billion in fines after the U.S. Justice Department busted them for manipulating foreign exchange rates.