Trump Campaign: Hillary Clinton’s Foundation Would Sell Political Favors in Clinton Presidency

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Hillary Clinton’s determination to keep control of the scandal-plagued Clinton Foundation shows that she’s willing to sell favors if she’s elected to the Oval Office, says a spokesman for Donald Trump. “Given the repeated examples of Clinton Foundation donors and officials receiving access and favors from Hillary Clinton’s State Department, what she is proposing is to essentially plant a giant ‘for sale’ sign on the White House lawn,” said the statement from campaign spokesman Jason Miller. Miller’s comments came after Clinton insisted on Monday that Bill Clinton should help run the foundation if she is elected president. “I don’t think there are conflicts of interest,” the Democratic presidential nominee told ABC News. “I know that that’s what has been alleged and never proven,” she added. Trump’s campaign quickly slammed Clinton’s plan to keep family control over the foundation, which would allow foreign governments and private lobbies to put money into her back pocket by donating to the New York-based foundation. “The fact Hillary Clinton believes it is appropriate for her husband to remain on the board of the Clinton Foundation if she is elected is proof that she operates in a permanent ethical blind spot and lacks the judgment to be president,” said