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NYT: “Hillary Clinton’s Deep Ties to Haiti Show Signs of Strain”

“Last year a book, “Clinton Cash” by Peter Schweizer, revealed that in 2013, Mr. Rodham was added to the advisory board of a company that owns a gold mine in Haiti. Both he and the company’s chief executive told The Washington Post they had been introduced at a meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative, an arm of […]

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Statement from Peter Schweizer on State Department Subpoena of Clinton Foundation

Today, the Washington Post reported that the State Department Inspector General subpoenaed the Clinton Foundation. Peter Schweizer’s book Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich (Harper Collins, May 2015) is widely credited with exposing the alarming and profitable relationships between foreign governments, businesses, and the Clinton Foundation […]

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Huff Po: Clinton Cash Remains in the Mind of Many Voters

Coverage of the book “helped dampen Hillary’s poll numbers” and “helped frame and renew the distrust of the Clintons as money predators and remains indirectly in the back of the mind of many voters. Expect to see the book back in the news soon.”

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Schweizer weighs in on need for campaign finance reform at Brookings

Peter Schweizer, the President of the Government Accountability Institute, was a featured speaker at the Brookings Institute’s campaign finance summit in January, noting, “increasingly today the problem is more one of extortion, that the challenge not so much from businesses that are trying to influence politicians, although that certainly happens, but that businesses feel and […]

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Continued Alliance with Rich Associates Poses Troubling Questions for Clinton Campaign

Peter Schweizer joined Fox Business Network’s Varney and Company to talk about the meaning the continued relationship with Marc Rich associates could mean or a Hillary Clinton presidency.

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Undisclosed Clinton Foundation donations could be tied to Marc Rich

Clinton Cash author and GAI President Peter Schweizer commented on the continuing benefit the Clintons are reaping from the Marc Rich pardon 15 years ago, and noted the possible connection to undisclosed donations to the Clinton Foundation.

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GAI President Peter Schweizer on the continuing benefit of Clinton’s Rich Pardon

GAI President Peter Schweizer told Fox News host Sean Hannity that Bill Clinton’s pardon of fugitive Marc Rich in 2001 continues to pay dividends for the Clintons some 15 years later. Expanding on an op-ed posted in the New York Post on the anniversary of the Rich pardon, Schweizer noted the numerous Rich associates that […]

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Bill Clinton’s pardon of fugitive Marc Rich continues to pay big

On the fifteenth anniversary of Bill Clinton’s pardon of Marc Rich, GAI President Peter Schweizer points out that even though Rich died in 2013,”his business partners, lawyers, advisors, and friends have showered millions of dollars on the Clintons in the decade and a half following the scandal.”

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Mediaite: FBI Probe Mirrors Clinton Cash Reporting

Left-wing media watchdog site Mediaite noted Monday that the FBI’s probe into Hillary Clinton may be based on reporting done by author Peter Schweizer in his New York Times bestseller Clinton Cash: According to Mediaite,”the details of the case bear a striking resemblance to allegations put forward in the 2014 book Clinton Cash. In the book, conservative author Peter […]

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Hillary Clinton’s $13M Fail As Secretary of State

“It turns out that Bill Clinton raked in millions from entities with matters before Hillary Clinton’s State Department. Oh, and the Clinton Foundation collected millions more from the same bunch. The issue first arose thanks to Peter Schweizer’s book, “Clinton Cash.”

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