Source: Current Affairs | Culture & Politics

I keep hearing people talk about the good thing the Clinton Foundation does, so we shouldn’t worry about t\some of their fund-raising methods.

Most of the claims about the Foundation’s efficacy have little basis in any actual reported facts. Instead, it is simply assumed that the organization has tremendous humanitarian accomplishments, without any serious inquiry into what these are. An examination of the actual available evidence, as opposed to the PR claims of the Foundation and its boosters, suggests the need for far greater skepticism about the organization’s charitable acts in addition to its fundraising.

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