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".. .that spends the majority of its money on its own staff": what is wrong with that? If the staff is providing services directly to the intended recipients, isn't that appropriate?
Just 5.7 percent of the Clinton Foundation’s massive 2014 budget actually went to charitable grants, according to the tax-exempt organization’s IRS filings. The rest went to salaries and employee benefits, fundraising and “other expenses.”
The Clinton Foundation spent a hair under $91.3 million in 2014, the organization’s IRS filings show. But less than $5.2 million of that went to charitable grants.
That number pales in comparison to the $34.8 million the foundation spent on salaries, compensation and employee benefits.
Another $50.4 million was marked as “other expenses,” while the remaining almost $851K was marked as “professional fundraising expenses.”
The first seems obvious. If a large percentage of supporters are non-college educated, they'll have less reason to participate at EE.
The second merely seems plausible and perhaps more applicable to better educated supporters; they're more aware of the social implications of their views.
the comments about perjury are legally wrong (since there was none by either Clinton
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