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The Clinton Foundation paid $10,000 a month to Sidney Blumenthal at the same time he was advising Hillary Clinton about Libya: is there enough separation between active politicians and their existing private groups?

The Clinton Foundation paid $10,000 a month to Sidney Blumenthal at the same time he was advising Hillary Clinton about Libya: is there enough separation between active politicians and their existing private groups?
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  • Politicians and private groups are a little too close for comfort

    Sidney Blumenthal received a $10,000 per month salary from the Clinton Foundation - in tandem to his service advising Hillary about issues in Libya. This is a conflict of interest, but sadly not the only one in the world of politics, where it seems that bribes and personal interests take the place of neutral parties.

  • No, there is not any separation!

    When it comes to many politicians, there is not a separations between their active political careers and their existing private groups. The Obama Administration did not want Sydney Blumenthal to work for Hillary Clinton at the state department. Therefore, the Clinton Foundation paid Blumenthal $10,000 a month while he advised Hillary on Libya. In short, Clinton was able to skirt the bounds of her active political career and her private group to get what she wanted.

  • No, there is not enough separation between active politicians and their existing private groups.

    No, not enough separation exists between the private groups of active politicians and the politicians themselves. The Clinton Foundation regularly collects donations from extremely powerful and wealthy interest groups. Ethical questions have been raised regarding some of the donations the Clinton Foundation has accepted from certain individuals and groups, especially when Clinton was serving as the Secretary of State under President Obama.

  • No, there is not a clear separation between politicians and their private affiliations.

    When it comes to many politicians, there is not a separations between their active political careers and their existing private groups. The Obama Administration did not want Sydney Blumenthal to work for Hillary Clinton at the state department. Therefore, the Clinton Foundation paid Blumenthal $10,000 a month while he advised Hillary on Libya. In short, Clinton was able to skirt the bounds of her active political career and her private group to get what she wanted.


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