US State Dept. concerned about Clinton ties to Saudi government as early as 2011

Hillary Rodham ClintonAccording to a new article published by World Net Daily on Friday evening, the US State Department expressed concerns about Bill and Hillary Clinton‘s connections to the Saudi government as early as 2011.The WND article is based on a new report from Judicial Watch.

Judicial Watch, a government watchdog group headed by attorney Larry Klaymann, released thereport on its continuing efforts to obtain information from the State Department about Hillary Clinton’s “possible conflicts of interest regarding her position as secretary of state.”

The scandal surrounding the Clinton’s and their charitable foundation has snowballed since initial reports surfaced, and many observers are starting to question whether or not the revelations will derail Hillary Clinton’s presidential hopes. Concerns are growing about the Clinton Foundation, exactly who ran it, who profited from it, whether any foreign governments received favors in exchange for cash, and if there was a “quid pro quo” culture within the foundation. Many are asking if there are links between the foundation and the Clintons’ personal incomes, and how US government policy treated foreign interests while she was secretary of state.

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