Report alleges Chelsea Clinton's husband used foundation to raise hedge fund money

Posted November 08, 2016

In his email to Podesta, Band suggested that Chelsea may have been using Clinton Foundation funds to support her lavish lifestyle over the last decades, and also suggested there could be irregularities in how Chelsea paid taxes on money she received from her parents.

Band ended his email with, "I hope that you will speak to her and end this". Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook appeared on all three network shows on Monday morning (ABC's Good Morning America, CBS This Morning, NBC's Today) and was never asked about Chelsea or her husband's shady use of Clinton Foundation ties.

Chelsea Clinton's wedding is estimated to have cost about US$3 million, but it's not clear what funds from the charity were used.

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He said "the Bush kid then told someone else who told an operative within the Republican party". According to a new round of Wikileaks that were released on November 6, has learned that Chelsea allegedly used Foundation "resources" to pay for her estimated $3 million dollar wedding. Added Band, "I have heard more and more chatter of cvc and (Bari Lurie, chief of staff to Chelsea Clinton at the Clinton Foundation) talking about lots of what is going internally to people".

Podesta's response was telling: "You are perfecting your skills for understatement".

Marc Mezvinsky allegedly used invitations to a Clinton Foundation poker event to to woo wealthy Clinton supporters he wanted to invest in his hedge fund.

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The January 4, 2012 email was sent by Doug Band, who served as the former president's personal assistant in the 1990s and is the founder of global strategies firm Teneo.

The emails were released by WikiLeaks soon after Podesta's Gmail account was hacked. "What is the point is that he is doing precisely what he accused me of doing as the entire plan of his has been to use this for his business which he is", Mr. Band wrote. "The word among rich Clinton backers on Wall Street was that the family would look favorably on investments in Eaglevale, a major Manhattan investor told POLITICO".

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