Via The Hill:
The Clinton Foundation will not be returning any funds raised from GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump, according to a Thursday report.The international charitable organization has collected a combined total of at least $105,000 from Trump and his daughter, Ivanka Trump,records show.It currently has no plans on returning those contributions following the real estate mogul’s controversial remarks on Hispanic immigrants last month, according to Politico.“We’re grateful to our more than 300,000 donors from across the political spectrum whose support has allowed us to efficiently and effectively fight HIV/AIDS and childhood obesity, increase opportunities for girls and women, lift people out of poverty, combat climate change and has improved the lives of millions of people all over the world,” Clinton Foundation Chief Communications Officer Craig Minassian said Wednesday evening.The Clinton Foundation’s website lists “Donald J. Trump” as giving between $100,000 and $250,000 to the charitable organization.“Ivanka Trump,” meanwhile, is listed as a donor who gifted between $5,001 and $10,000 to the nonprofit.The website does not specify when the Trumps donated, nor the exact amount of their contributions.The Clinton Foundation’s announcement Wednesday night follows verbal sparring between Trump and Hillary Clinton, the Democratic presidential frontrunner. […]She said Tuesday night that Trump’s rhetoric on immigration is inappropriate during her first national TV interview as a 2016 contender.“I’m very disappointed in those comments, and I feel very bad and very disappointed with him and with the Republican Party for not responding immediately and saying, ‘Enough, stop it,’” she told CNN’s Briana Keilar.
Thank You The Hill and Zip
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