The Clinton Foundation is running on empty more than a year after the 2016 race for the White House; with insiders now claiming the organization is relying on wealthy associates and mega-donors to stay afloat.
The charity -embroiled in ‘pay-to-play’ scandals and outrageous speaking fees- plans to hold a “ritzy gala” to entice new donations and expand its fundraising base as rank-and-file Democrats move on to other political organizations.
The event is scheduled for May 24th, with cheapest tickets going for $2,500 and going upwards to $100,000 for “access” to both Bill and Hillary Clinton.
The Clinton Foundation found itself in hot-water throughout the 2016 campaign and beyond over allegations that donors had increased connections to Hillary Clinton while she served as Secretary of State.
“The New York Times reported that the Clinton Foundation received millions of dollars from donors connected to Uranium One as the deal was in the process of being approved by representatives of government agencies, including Clinton’s State Department,” writes Fox News.
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