Is the Clinton Foundation a Pay-to-Play Operation?

Adriana Cohen: Watchdog exposes Clinton Foundation’s ‘pay-to-play’ tactics via The Boston Herald PHOTO: Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff/flickr

Adriana Cohen: Watchdog exposes Clinton Foundation’s ‘pay-to-play’ tactics
via The Boston Herald

PHOTO: Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff/flickr

State Dept. Spox: Emails Not Evidence of Clinton Foundation Pay-to-Play, ‘Simply Evidence of the Way the Process Works’ via Breitbart

State Dept. Spox: Emails Not Evidence of Clinton Foundation Pay-to-Play, ‘Simply Evidence of the Way the Process Works’
via Breitbart

Now the Clintons Tell Us via The Wall Street Journal

Now the Clintons Tell Us
via The Wall Street Journal

The Clinton Foundation Is Not a Scandal. It’s a Phenomenal, Life-Saving Success. via Slate

The Clinton Foundation Is Not a Scandal. It’s a Phenomenal, Life-Saving Success.
via Slate

A porous ethical wall between the Clinton Foundation and the State Department via The Washington Post

A porous ethical wall between the Clinton Foundation and the State Department
via The Washington Post

THE BASICS: Adriana Cohen from the Boston Herald claims that anyone who invests in the Clinton Foundation are investing in her in office, and they will have influence over her. The Editorial Board of The Washington Post argues the lines between the Clinton Foundation and the State Department are murky at best. Neil W. McCabe of Breitbart writes that Clinton's emails expose a corrupt system. Paul Gigot from The Wall Street Journal says that no matter the circumstances Clinton Foundation ought to shut down. Slate's Mark Joseph Stern writes there's no evidence to suggest anything is amiss and the entire scandal is just a smear campaign.