(NEW YORK POST) — How can voters accept anything Hillary or her family foundation says — when so many of their past promises and protestations of purity have proven false?
Above all else, the promise to disclose donations to the Clinton Foundation that could pose conflicts of interest with her work as secretary of state.
During her 2009 confirmation hearings, the foundation submitted a “memorandum of understanding” that even its subsidiary charities would regularly report donations that might pose conflicts of interest with her job running the State Department. That helped grease the skids for the Senate’s 94-2 vote to confirm her.
But the Boston Globe reported this week that the Boston-based Clinton Health Access Initiative, which accounts for about 60 percent of the Clinton Foundation’s total charitable balance sheet, did no such thing.