Report reveals only $5,000 given to veterans’ charities in one year.
According to The Washington Post, The Clinton Foundation had raised some $2 billion by the end of 2014.
“Foundation tax records show that it reported raising $1.69 billion in cash and pledges between 2001 and 2013, the last year for which documents are available. As of the end of 2014, donations reached nearly $2 billion… “
The Washington Post informed us that, “The scope of the foundation’s finances show the unparalleled fund-raising power of one of the world’s most important political brands. To be raising $250 million a year, certainly puts them in the top ranks of U.S. nonprofits in terms of fund-raising,” said Steven Lawrence, director of research for the Foundation Center, which studies philanthropy.
In spite of the fact that Democrats and the liberal media had the audacity to slam Donald Trump concerning the handling of the $5.6 million dollars Trump raised for Vets in 2016, the Clinton Foundation donated just $5,000 to Veterans’ charities last year.
Breitbart reported, “The Clintons, rich from speaking fees, gave $1.5 million to their own foundation the same year that $5,000 in Clinton money went to the vets.”