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“The activities of Mr. Rodham, Mrs. Clinton’s brother, are frequently mentioned on the shows. Last year a book, Clinton Cash by Peter Schweizer, revealed that in 2013, Mr. Rodham was added to the advisory board of a company that owns a gold mine in Haiti.”

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“Peter Schweizer’s Clinton Cash for not only hurting Hillary Clinton’s poll numbers but also for helping “frame and renew the distrust of the Clintons as money predators and remains indirectly in the back of the mind of many voters.” Sternberg also warns that the book’s impact is not done: “Expect to see the book back in the news soon,” he says.

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“Grave incompetence or brazen dishonesty?
Those are the only two conclusions one can reasonably come to after reviewing Hillary Clinton’s stunning Sunday interview on local New Hampshire TV.
When WMUR local TV host Josh McElveen asked Hillary Clinton why her State Department greenlit the transfer of 20 percent of all US uranium to the Russian government, Clinton claimed she had no involvement in her own Department’s decision”

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“Stephanopoulos failed to disclose that he was a benefactor of said foundation. But even if he had, that would hardly have eliminated the problem. The issue is the donations themselves.”

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“He did not disclose that in 2007, he was a featured attendee at the CGI annual meeting, a gathering also attended by several individuals I report on in Clinton Cash, including mega Clinton Foundation donors Lucas Lundin, Frank Giustra, Frank Holmes, and Carlos Slim — individuals whose involvement with the Clintons I assumed he had invited me on his program to discuss.”

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“The journalist’s failure to disclose his hefty donations to the Clinton Foundation is particularly noteworthy given his aggressive questioning of Peter Schweizer, the conservative author behind Clinton Cash, which made the foundation front-page news in recent weeks.”

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“Because [Clinton Cash] is heavily researched and reported and soberly analyzed, it is a highly effective takedown. Because its tone is modest—Mr. Schweitzer doesn’t pretend to more than he has, or take wild interpretive leaps—it is believable.”

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“Based on the evidence marshalled by Peter Schweizer, the new Clinton Doctrine seems to hold that wherever freedom and the rule of law are threatened, wherever corruption reigns and individual liberties are denied—there is money to be made.”

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“A month after launching Hillary Clinton’s presidential candidacy, with every moment of her announcement video and reintroduction tour to voters carefully crafted, her campaign team now finds itself consumed by fending off a familiar, yet far more elusive, adversary: The Clinton legacy.”

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“The charges leveled against the Clintons by Peter Schweizer in his book Clinton Cash, and confirmed by a raft of mainstream publications in recent weeks, cannot be dismissed as a right-wing hack attack. They are serious…”

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“There’s no question that Bill Clinton can be an asset to his wife’s campaign. But as we saw in 2008, he can also be a problem — if he comes across as angry, self-pitying and out-of-touch.”

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“SIMON: These connections were first unearthed, to my knowledge, by Peter Schweizer, who wrote the book that’s coming out next week, “Clinton Cash.” The New York Times has been advancing the story. You certainly have at Bloomberg News. Give us, if you could, a quick picture about what’s known about the relationship between the Clinton’s and this Canadian business person.”

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“Assuming there is no direct quid pro quo in the thicket of Clinton Foundation donations and State Department decisions … what compels the Clintons to operate so close to the ethical line when public scrutiny is so likely?”

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“America has spent years listening to the Clintons defending themselves against charges of greed, and of sticking to the letter rather than the spirit of rules and undertakings. The prospect of another 18 months arguing about such things is not a happy one.”

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“An unprecedented ethics promise that played a pivotal role in helping Hillary Rodham Clinton win confirmation as secretary of state, soothing senators’ concerns about conflicts of interests with Clinton family charities, was uniformly bypassed by the biggest of the philanthropies involved.”

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“Mrs. Clinton’s campaign press secretary, Brian Fallon, distributed talking points claiming this was all merely a coincidence and pointed to a right-wing plot led by author Peter Schweizer. Mr. Fallon added that the allegations lack “a shred of evidence,” which is convenient given that Mrs. Clinton might have destroyed some evidence by wiping her private email server…”

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“News reporters and independent-minded analysts by and large seem to understand the gravity of the claims concerning foreign monies and concede that there is no ‘quid pro quo’ or ‘smoking gun’ required.”

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“Recently I wrote a column about Hillary Clinton’s method of lying: bald deceit sold to liberals with a wink-and-nod as the price of advancing a progressive agenda in this bigoted country of ours.”

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“Have you noticed how “centrist” pundits—i.e., those who lean to the left but make great exertions to avoid tipping over—seem to be at pains of late to praise the Clinton Foundation?”

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“‘The recent stories on the Clinton Foundation and the earlier stories about the email fiasco are concerning,’ said Jon Cooper, a Democrat from Suffolk County, N.Y., who declined an invitation from the campaign to raise $27,000 for the primary race.”

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“Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation ended up on page one of The New York Times yesterday — and not in a good way — leading even Common Cause to call for an independent and a ‘thorough review of all large donations to the foundation.'”.

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“As we surveyed the liberal reaction to this week’s Hillary Clinton news, a phrase came to mind: “anticipatory buyer’s remorse.” We wondered if it was an original coinage, and Google answered in the negative…”

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Other bribery cases don’t require a signed confession, why should the Clintons? Should we assume she is innocent because she destroyed the emails that would serve as evidence?.

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“It got worse. No sooner had she left Iowa for New Hampshire, a feeding frenzy began over the imminent publication of “Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich,” by Peter Schweizer. “

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“The donations, which included $2.35 million from a principal in the deal, were not publicly disclosed by the foundation, even though Mrs. Clinton had signed an agreement with the Obama administration requiring the foundation to disclose all donors as a condition of her becoming secretary of state. This failure is an inexcusable violation of her pledge…”

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“The news today about the Clintons all fleshes out, in one way or another, their lack of interest in policing serious conflict-of-interest problems that arise in their overlapping roles…”

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