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In the ’90s, Chinese billionaire Ng Lap Seng funneled $1 million to the DNC and the Clinton-Gore ticket. Will this hurt the Clinton campaign?

In the ’90s, Chinese billionaire Ng Lap Seng funneled $1 million to the DNC and the Clinton-Gore ticket. Will this hurt the Clinton campaign?
  • Recently discovered international funding to the DNC in the 1990's will hinder the Clinton 2016 campaign.

    Opponents of Hilary Clinton's run for President seem to have no shortage of available mud to sling in this campaign. The recent discovery of over $1 million in funds donated to the Clinton-Gore campaign in the 1990's reinforces the argument of private money used to bolster political campaigns. In light of Clinton's recent email boondoggle, the discovery of this sizable donation by Chinese billionaire Ng Lap Seng only reinforces concerns of international privacy concerns in this campaign.

  • Hillary Clinton is treading on thin ice with her donor history

    Hillary Clinton's campaign for the Presidency has been overshadowed by scandal after scandal, not least of which is her email controversy. It seems that there's another scandal waiting in the wings: Hillary's husband received $1 million in funds from a Chinese billionaire during his second campaign. This is a conflict of interest given our bitter history with China, and it looks like that donation will come back to bite Hillary as she proceeds with her campaign.

  • Clinton is not campaigning in her husband's political shadow.

    I do not believe that Ng Lap Seng's million dollar funding will have a negative impact on the n campaign. I believe Hillary Clinton has done an exceptional job in campaigning for herself as an individual, not living in her husband's political shadow and using his history as a springboard for her own campaign.

  • In the ’90s, Chinese billionaire Ng Lap Seng funneled $1 million to the DNC and the Clinton-Gore ticket, it won't hurt the Clinton campaign.

    In the ’90s, Chinese billionaire Ng Lap Seng funneled $1 million to the DNC and the Clinton-Gore ticket, however, it will not hurt the Clinton campaign. To begin with, in 1996, Ng Lap Seng used a proxy to fund $1million to support the Democratic National Committee and the Clinton-Gore campaign.


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