Among the multiple scandals and gaffes that continue to plague Hillary Clinton’s nascent presidential bid, the controversy over her various foundations and their acceptance of foreign government dollars has taken the greatest toll on her status as the inevitable Democrat nominee.
In nearly every survey taken since the email scandal, likely voters agree that the biggest negative with regards to Hillary is the so-called Donorgate.
It is a reality that serves as a convenient backdrop for a new book, which may already have secured best-seller status, that shines the spotlight on the why and how of those massive and numerous donations.
Subtitled “The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich,” Clinton Cash is making significant headlines fully two weeks before its May 5th official release.
In a New York Times review, the book reveals that donations correlated with ““favorable U.S. policy decisions.” The timing allowed great benefit to those who gave towards the fund.
Findings in the book present a potential danger, indicating enough evidence to warrant exclusive agreements on the headlines of New York Times, Washington Post, and Fox News. What’s more, several Republicans have been provided material of the book, which almost certainly will be used as ammunition in upcoming campaign appearances.