Report: Just 5.7% Of Clinton Foundation's 2014 Budget Went to Charitable Grants [UPDATED]Chris Menahan
Oct. 20, 2016
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Only 5.7% of the Clinton Foundation's "massive budget" in 2014 went to charitable grants, "the rest went to salaries and employee benefits, fundraising and 'other expenses,'" The Daily Caller reports.
From The Daily Caller:
Just 5.7 percent of the Clinton Foundation’s massive 2014 budget actually went to charitable grants, according to the tax-exempt organization’s IRS filings. The rest went to salaries and employee benefits, fundraising and “other expenses.”
That number pales in comparison to the $34.8 million the foundation spent on salaries, compensation and employee benefits.If that's not bad enough, as The Daily Caller reported last month, the AIDS drugs her "charity" gave out were watered down garbage.
Former President Bill Clinton and his Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) distributed “watered-down” HIV/AIDs drugs to patients in sub-Saharan Africa, and “likely increased” the risks of morbidity and mortality, according to a draft congressional report obtained by The Daily Caller News Foundation.Though Hillary Clinton said she's "thrilled" to talk about the Clinton Foundation during the debate, that's also a lie, as the foundation was not even mentioned once during the Democratic National Convention earlier this year in Philadelphia.
UPDATE: This article was changed as the Clinton Foundation claims charitable grants are not their only charity work. Since losing the her bid for the presidency donations to the Clinton Foundation have reportedly largely dried up. The Clinton Global Initiative was also downsized in early 2017 and laid off 22 employees.
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