The scandal of Frank Giustra backing the Clinton Foundation only added fuel to the ongoing Clinton donor scandal. The billionaire mining magnate and his relationship with Bill Clinton is under review.
This week, the relationship between the Clinton Foundation and Canadian billionaire mining magnate Frank Giustra unfolded further as a ten-year saga which threatens to expand the size and scope of the Hillary scandals. Most importantly, it to widens the pay-to-play story surrounding Hillary Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State.
This week the nature of the relationship between Bill Clinton and Giustra unfolded in a ten-year saga that threatens to expand the size and scope of the ‘pay-to-play’ story surrounding Hillary Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State.
Their relationship began when Giustra offered Bill Clinton the use of his private jet, the Washington Post reports. Their relationship has grown over the last decade and includes founding the now-infamous Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership (CGEP). The Canada-based subsidiery of the Clinton Foundation has declined to disclose all of its donor names, despite a contrary agreement between Hilary and the White House.
What’s more, in addition to Giustra’s direct donation of $32 million to the Clinton Foundation, he has pledged another $100 million to CGEP over time. The specifics of the scandal surround lucrative deals signed by Giustra during his visit in various countries where he and Clinton traveled for ostensibly philanthropic reasons.