MITCHELL: The Associated Press reviewing Clinton's calendars as Secretary of State, reporting more than half her non-government visitors or callers were Clinton Foundation donors. "As much as $156 million".
"Individuals, including those who have donated to political campaigns, non-profits, or foundations - including the Clinton Foundation - may contact or have meetings with officials in the administration", State Department spokesman Mark Toner told reporters Tuesday.
Chelsea Clinton will remain on the board of the Clinton Foundation, even if her mom becomes president of the United States.
Though the meetings, or telephone conversations, did not violate any rules, laws or agreement, the AP said they fuel "perceptions that giving the foundation money was a price of admission for face time with Clinton".
Last week, correspondence released by the group Judicial Watch showed Douglas Band, a Clinton Foundation lawyer, seeking to put a top donor in contact with the Usa ambassador to Lebanon.
Not included in the AP's calculations were 16 other individuals who worked for foreign governments and met Hillary during her tenure as secretary.
The AP did not include foreign government representatives in its analysis "because such meetings would presumably have been part of her diplomatic duties", it said.
Donald Trump supporters, including former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani and Fox News host Sean Hannity have questioned Clinton's health, pointing to a concussion she suffered in 2012 after passing out.
Employees of 25 of the nation's largest defense companies-such as Lockheed Martin, General Dynamics, and Raytheon-are choosing to fill the coffers of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton over those of her rival, GOP nominee Donald Trump. Trump said that because the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the DOJ "whitewashed Clinton's email crimes", they can not be trusted to impartially investigate the charity.
Bill Clinton announced that next month's Clinton Global Initiative meeting in NY will be the final gathering.
Clinton Press Secretary Brian Fallon pushed back against the suggestion that the Clinton Foundation should shut down if Hillary Clinton is elected president. There will clearly be some changes and what the Clinton Foundation does and how we do it. He happened to be in Washington on May 4, 2009, so Abedin asked Clinton just before 5 p.m. if she could meet him that day or the next. Fifty-six percent of voters said they had an unfavorable view of the New Yorker, while 58 percent hold a negative view of the former secretary of state.
"It is impossible to figure out where the Clinton Foundation ends and the State Department begins", he said, adding, "The specific crimes committed to carry out that enterprise are too numerous to cover in this speech".