Clinton Foundation reveals millions in previously undisclosed speaker payments

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As much as $26.4 million from major corporations, foreign sources, universities and other groups was collected as fees from speeches by Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton and was tallied as “revenue” rather than donations.

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