Clinton EMAIL LEAK: Hillary’s Aide Reassures: ‘All the Money Is In’ From ‘Foreign Govt Donors’

Clinton EMAIL LEAK: Hillary’s Aide Reassures: ‘All the Money Is In’ From ‘Foreign Govt Donors’

The WikiLeaks data dump is like the gift that keeps on giving — or, if you’re Hillary Clinton, it’s more of a curse. It shows just how corrupt the Clintons are. And it’s not just the Clintons themselves; Hillary’s entire campaign is infested and rotted to the core with her corruption. The latest bombshell is that the Clinton campaign has evidently been collecting money from foreign governments.

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(Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Tina Fluornoy is one of Bill Clinton’s aides; specifically, she serves as his chief of staff. And in an e-mail, she told Clinton Campaign Chairman John Podesta that all of the donations from foreign governments were in and counted. The subject line of the e-mail was “endowment” and her exact wording was, “Foreign govt donors: all the money is in.”

According to Breitbart:

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“The endowment Flournoy references is apparently the Clinton Foundation’s fund set up to help financially sustain the global charity, should Hillary Clinton win the White House in November.

“Flournoy’s email to Podesta coincided with news reports about the origin of the Clinton Foundation’s quarter billion dollar endowment — but proceeded the widespread scrutiny of the Foundation’s acceptance of contributions from foreign countries with business before the U.S. government while Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State, as first reported in Clinton Cash.


This enterprise proved to be very lucrative for Hillary; the Clinton Foundation had a mere $20 million that went to $250 million after she left the State Department. Much of this is due to the former chief development officer for the Clinton Foundation, Dennis Cheng.

The Clinton Foundation spokesperson says that Cheng “led our efforts to secure the Foundation’s future by raising a $248 million endowment.” According to the Wall Street Journal, donations came from countries like Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Oman.

But whatever happened to Dennis Cheng, the man who arranged for all of these donations? Well, he got named the national finance director for the Clinton presidential campaign.

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