Foreign governments gave millions to foundation while Clinton was at State Dept.

Cleared for release by Joint Staff Public Affairs

Nothing wrong with foreign governments giving hundreds of thousands of dollars to the foundation of a sitting Secretary of State and likely candidate for US President. Nope. Totally cool. Nothing wrong with that at all.

(From The Washington Post)

Some of the donations came from countries with complicated diplomatic, military and financial relationships with the U.S. government, including Kuwait, Qatar and Oman.

Other nations that donated included Australia, Norway and the Dominican Republic.

The foundation presents a unique political challenge for Clinton, and one that has already become a cause of concern among Democrats as she prepares to launch an almost-certain second bid for the presidency.

 Rarely, if ever, has a potential commander in chief been so closely associated with an organization that has solicited financial support from foreign governments.