Clinton Foundation Refuses To Part With One Penny Of Weinstein Donations

After receiving more than $250,000 from sexual nutjob Harvey Weinstein, the Clinton Foundation refuses to part with a single penny of it.

Per The Daily Mail:

The Clinton Foundation told DailyMail.com it will not return as much as $250,000 in donations from Harvey Weinstein, saying on Sunday the money had already been spent on the organization’s programs and used for charitable purposes.

The foundation’s decision comes as politicians and philanthropic groups grapple with whether to return donations they have received from Weinstein, after numerous women stepped forward this month to accuse the movie mogul of sexual assault, harassment and rape.

Over a dozen Democratic politicians have said they will give back or donate Weinstein’s campaign contributions to charity.

The Clinton Foundation faced questions about Weinstein’s funding after Hillary Clinton said last week she would re-gift his campaign donations to charity.

Clinton Foundation Refuses To Part With One Penny

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The Clintons continue to use their motto that was discovered by Wikileaks.

“Take the Money!”

It’s nothing new for the Clintons to take in shady donations. They are all about corruption.

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