Bill and Hillary reportedly have a combined net worth of $111M.

Nice chunk o’ change for people who not so long ago were “dead broke.”

Via Daily Caller.

Clinton Foundation officials were able to attract only five new donors between July 1 and September 30 — the controversial charity’s third quarter — The Daily Caller News Foundation’s Investigative Group has learned.

Foundation officials delayed release of the quarterly report of its latest donors on its website until the after the Nov. 8 presidential election….

Cleta Mitchell, a Washington, D.C., attorney who specializes in nonprofit foundations, told TheDCNF, “Since the Clinton Foundation was all built on influence peddling with, by and for the Clintons, in order to enrich them, the question is: who will the Clintons now be able to influence? What will the influence seekers now get for their money?”

Mitchell said the foundation should shut its doors because it is a “sham charitable organization.” The foundation has been at the center of virtually continuous controversies about its funding and programs since its 1997 founding, thanks in great part to its accepting contributions from foreign governments, politically powerful billionaires and troubled banks….

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  1. Maynard says:

    In the aftermath of the election, the Clinton Foundation issued a brief statement: NO REFUNDS!

  2. Minnie says:

    wah! wah! wah! What goes around comes around. !

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