To call it a profitable year for Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton would be an understatement.
Hillary and Bill Clinton have earned a combined $25 million giving paid speeches since January 2014, a massive income boost ahead of Hillary’s candidacy for president. In addition, Hillary Clinton earned at least $5 million in income from her memoir Hard Choices, published in June. A senior campaign official confirmed the details of a financial…
Former president Bill Clinton and former secretary of state Hillary Clinton have earned $30 million from paid speaking engagements and book sales since January 2014, multiple outlets reported Friday. According to disclosure forms filed...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — AP Source: Hillary and Bill Clinton report earning more than $25M from speeches since Jan 2014.
An ad promoting a book critical of Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton was sent out from The Nation magazine, which is no friend to Republicans.
TVNewser: Former Bill Clinton communications director George Stephanopoulos apologizes for the shocking revelation that he supports Hilary Clinton. LostRemote: MTV is streaming a music festival featuring the Foo Fighters and others.Show More Summary
ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos, who helped President Bill Clinton juggle various scandals during the 1992 campaign and as White House communication director, has apologized for failing to disclose a total of $75,000 in donations to the controversial Clinton Foundation, even before grilling Peter Schweizer, the author of Clinton Cash. Show More Summary
Consider this the weekend’s open thread. But first… We are all aware by now that SBC “news journalist” George Stephanopoulos said, “ooopsies,” about “forgetting” to disclose his donation of over $75,000 to Bill and Hillary Clinton’s fake charity. Show More Summary
It's great work if you can get it. All you have to do is sell out your country. As the battle over the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) lumbers on, critics of the agreement warn that it will empower foreign courts to overrule American health, safety, labor, and environmental laws on behalf of lawsuits brought by multi-national corporations. Show More Summary
(Scott Johnson) George Stephanopoulos is a Democratic operative in the guise of a television journalist. He served Bill Clinton’s 1992 presidential campaign in a senior position and was duly rewarded with a high office advising Clinton as president. Show More Summary
After coming under heavy criticism for donating $75,000 to the foundation of Bill and Hillary Clinton, George Stephanopoulos on Friday made an on-air apology. Addressing the revelation that he failed to inform viewers or his bosses at...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON -- The entertainer Bill Cosby made a contribution to the Clinton Foundation, according to a database of the foundation’s donors created by The Washington Post. Cosby contributed between $1,001 and $5,000. The Clinton Foundation, which funds charitable work around the world, hasn't released the exact amounts or dates of donations. Show More Summary
George Stephanopoulos has admitted he overlooked disclosing to ABC TV viewers that he donated $75,000 over the past three years to the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation. The apology nonetheless raises the implication of a conflict of interest in his coverage of criticism leveled against the charitable organization. Show More Summary
CULTURE OF CORRUPTION: Boeing Shareholder Challenges Ethics of Company’s Relationship to Clintons: Boeing contributed $900,000 to Clinton Foundation, paid $250,000 for Bill Clinton speech. America’s largest airplane manufacturer Boeing...Show More Summary
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As uncovered by the Washington Free Beacon Thursday afternoon, Hillary Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook interned for ABC News chief anchor and former Bill Clinton aide George Stephanopoulos during his tenure at Columbia University and even thanked Mook in his 1999 book All Too Human. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton appears to have largely weathered the onslaught of criticism about the Clinton Foundation and its cozy relationship with its donors. The same, however, can’t be said about George Stephanopoulos, the former Bill Clinton...Show More Summary
HarperCollins has made several corrections to the Kindle edition of “Clinton Cash,” a book by Peter Schweizer that examines how Bill and Hillary Clinton amassed their fortune. According to Politico, the author corrected 7 or 8 passages for accuracy. Show More Summary
On Thursday it was revealed that former Democratic operative turned journalist George Stephanopoulos donated $75,000 to the foundation of Bill and Hillary Clinton. In a conflict of interest, the same Stephanopoulos grilled the author of a new book questioning the finances of the Clinton Foundation. (He also failed to report the donations to his bosses at ABC or his audience.)
Life in the White House can be notoriously isolating. Harry Truman called the famous presidential residence, which boasts 132 rooms, "the great white jail." Ronald Reagan labeled it a "gilded cage." Bill Clinton, who liked the White House so much he sidled out with almost $190,000 worth of furniture,...