New York - Saudi Arabia Gave Bill Clinton's Foundation Millions
New York - Foreign countries including Saudi Arabia and Norway gave millions of dollars to former President Bill Clinton’s charity as Hillary Rodham Clinton served her first year as President Barack Obama’s secretary of state.
A donor list released on New Year’s Day by the William J. Clinton Foundation shows that Saudi Arabia and Norway each gave $10 million to $25 million to the former president’s charity.
The biggest donors included the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, which gave more than $25 million.
The Clintons agreed to annually disclose the names of donors to the former president’s foundation to address concerns about potential conflicts of interest between his fundraising abroad and Hillary Rodham Clinton’s role as secretary of state.
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