… Maupin believes that Hillary Clinton’s defeat in the 2016 presidential election lies at the root of the CGI closing its doors.
He has called attention to the fact that after the election foreign sponsors dramatically reduced their donations.
Citing the federal government, Rohan Smith of News.com.au reported on November 28, that Australia had “ceased pouring millions of dollars” into the Clinton Foundation. The journalist underscored that over the past decade the Foundation has received more than $88 million in contributions from Canberra.
For its part, Norway slashed its donations to the Clinton Foundation by almost 87 percent.
Citing the Norwegian newspaper Hegnar, Zero Hedge pointed out that after contributing about $15 million and $21 million in 2014 and 2015, respectively, the Norwegian government suddenly decided to cut their donations in late 2016.
It is hardly a coincidence, the media outlet highlighted: the government had boosted its donations after Hillary Clinton decided to run for President in 2016; however, after Donald Trump came out on top, Oslo has scaled their contributions back. …
“Why would foreign governments suddenly lose interest in the charitable work the Clinton Foundation purported to do?” Geraghty asked rhetorically.
“They wouldn’t, unless the Clinton Foundation and the CGI had existed to give foreign governments and businessmen a way to curry favor with a future president from the beginning,” the journalist stressed. …