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Abedin implicated Clinton in foundation trade-off with Morocco amid $12 million commitment

Just hours after Hillary Clinton dodged a question at the final presidential debate about charges of “pay to play” at the Clinton Foundation, a new batch of WikiLeaks emails surfaced with stunning charges that the candidate herself was at the center of negotiating a $12 million commitment from King Mohammed VI of Morocco. One of

Clinton server email at heart of ‘quid pro quo’ controversy contained Benghazi intel

The email at the heart of a “quid pro quo” controversy involving a senior State Department executive and the FBI contained intelligence about suspects in the 2012 Benghazi terrorist attack, two government sources told Fox News. Heavily redacted FBI interview summaries, known as 302s, state that Patrick Kennedy, a top lieutenant to Hillary Clinton when

Key lawmaker wants bribery probe over Kennedy quid pro quo claims

The Republican chairman of the House Judiciary Committee is calling for a federal bribery probe after newly published FBI documents included claims that a top State Department official sought a “quid pro quo” with the bureau in a bid to downgrade the classification on a Hillary Clinton server email. “Undersecretary [Patrick] Kennedy’s attempt to barter

Hillary Campaign Bus Investigated for Illegally Dumping Human Waste. How Fitting.

The campaign bus of Hillary Clinton is being investigated for illegally dumping human waste. Yup, you read that correctly. On Tuesday, police in Lawrenceville, Georgia, received multiple reports of Hillary’s “Forward Together” tour bus dumping human waste into a storm drain. A local businessman took photos of the illegal activity, prompting police to launch a

Wikileaks ‘Prove Coordination Between Clinton Campaign and Super PACs’

Lee Fang and Andrew Perez of The Intercept collect examples of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign “closely coordinating with friendly Super PACs” in apparent violation of election law. The fact that political candidates are closely coordinating with friendly Super PACs — making a mockery of a central tenet of the Supreme Court’s 2010 Citizens United decision

Emails expose Chelsea clashes with parents’ aides, amid Clinton Foundation concerns

While the media started asking critical questions about The Clinton Foundation when Hillary Clinton launched her presidential bid last year, newly published emails show Chelsea Clinton was digging deeper into the foundation’s dealings as far back as 2011.  According to hacked documents released by WikiLeaks, the former first daughter discovered and shared wide-ranging allegations involving

FBI files show top State official tried to ‘influence’ bureau on Clinton emails

A senior State Department official proposed a “quid pro quo” to convince the FBI to strip the classification on an email from Hillary Clinton’s server – and repeatedly tried to “influence” the bureau’s decision when his offer was denied, even taking his plea up the chain of command, according to newly released FBI documents. Fox