It seems there was something else the Clinton Foundation was holding back from the public ahead of Nov. 8's historic general election.
According to The Daily Caller's Richard Pollock, the Clinton Foundation delayed the release of its July 1-Sept. 30 third-quarter fundraising report because of the shocking number of new donors it attracted during the three-month period. He wrote:
Clinton Foundation officials were able to attract only five new donors between July 1 and September 30—the controversial charity's third quarter—The Daily Caller News Foundation's Investigative Group has learned.
Foundation officials delayed release of the quarterly report of its latest donors on its website until the after the Nov. 8 presidential election, which former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton lost to Republican rival Donald Trump.
The low number of new donors may indicate potential contributors were frightened away by repeated news reports that the Clinton charity is under FBI investigation regarding multiple allegations of "pay-to-play" influence-peddling schemes involving both Hillary Clinton and former President Bill Clinton, as well as their key political aides.
"A lot of questions have been raised, and I think donors are understandably cautious about getting involved with this deeply troubled charity," Charles Ortel, a Wall Street analyst and philanthropy expert, told TheDCNF.
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