BREAKING FROM WIKILEAKS: Clinton Foundation paid for Chelsea Clinton’s wedding and living expenses


Chelsea Clinton

Chelsea Clinton

The Clinton Foundation used donations to pay for Chelsea Clinton’s wedding and support her living expenses for a decade, WikiLeaks has revealed in their latest release of John Podesta emails.

The email, which can be viewed on the WikiLeaks site by clicking here, details the uncomfortable connection between the Clinton’s personal lives and Foundation funds. This is not the first time the Clinton Foundation has been caught using their money and resources to fund the Clinton’s lives.

It has previously been reported that the Clinton Foundation was paying an employee to work for Chelsea on her personal, for-profit activities.

Is it now any wonder Hillary Clinton claimed her deleted emails were mostly about Chelsea’s wedding?

Fox News reports:

Doug Band, founder of global strategies company Teneo and Bill Clinton’s personal assistant since the 1990s, wrote the Jan. 4, 2012, email to future Hillary Clinton presidential campaign chair John Podesta and two other Clinton aides after receiving word that Chelsea had told “one of the [President] bush 43 kids” and others about “an internal investigation of money within the foundation.” Band wrote such chatter was “not smart.”

“The investigation into her getting paid for campaigning, using foundation resources for her wedding and life for a decade, taxes on money from her parents….,” Band wrote. “I hope that you will speak to her and end this[.] Once we go down this road….”

Anyone else surprised that, once again, the Clintons have been caught using their “charity” to line their own pockets? What will they do if they get back in the White House and have access the nation’s resources, and your tax dollars?

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