When it comes to talk of banks and money in America, Elizabeth Warren says the game is rigged.
In the case of the Clinton Family Foundation, she may have a point.
A new ad from American Crossroads uses Elizabeth Warren’s own words to skewer the Clintons and the funds they freely take from foreign governments.
The Washington Free Beacon reports:
Ad Featuring Elizabeth Warren Hits Clinton Foundation on Money from Foreign Governments
American Crossroads has found the unlikeliest of partners: Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.).
In an ad released Monday, the Super PAC headed by Karl Rove attacked Clinton for reports that the Clinton Foundation has accepted millions of dollars from countries barred from making political contributions.
Watch the video. It’s short but it makes a powerful point.
The controversy over the Clinton Foundation hasn’t stopped the former first family’s appeal for donations.
Daniel Halper of the Weekly Standard reported yesterday:
Chelsea Asks for Clinton Foundation Cash
In an email to supporters, Chelsea Clinton is asking for donations to the Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea Clinton Foundation.
“When it comes to my parents, I’m unapologetically biased. I’m sure you’d agree that they are two of the most optimistic and inspiring people in the world. In case you missed it, you still have 15 hours left to donate and be automatically entered for a special opportunity to attend our annual Clinton Foundation Gala on March 4,” Chelsea Clinton writes in an email this morning from the foundation.
“We’re fortunate to have so many incredible supporters join us for this event. This year, I’m especially excited because Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka are going to be there. (He was great hosting the Oscars last night, wasn’t he?)
“We’ll arrange your trip to New York, where we’ve planned the whole day for you and a guest. We will provide airfare and accommodations. Action always starts with someone taking the first step. Take yours by donating now.”
Maybe when the media is finished obsessing over Scott Walker’s opinion of Obama’s spiritual life they can look into this.
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