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On Wednesday, the US Treasury said it was halting some payments to the Clinton Foundation, amid speculation about possible conflicts of interest in Mrs Clinton’s potential bid for the presidency in 2016.
US diplomats have been forced to withdraw several Clinton Foundation projects when they were announced, including one project that promised low-cost healthcare in Jamaica. However, the Clinton Foundation did not admit that the project contained conflicts of interest. The US바카라 embassy in London said the announcement «does not appear to have affected US aid to the Jamaica project.»
The Treasury said it would cut $2bn (£1.85bn) in payments to a number of organisations based in various countries around the w바카라사이트orld. The cut would not affect a large number of foundation donors.
It is the latest fallout from the foundation, and other charitable initiatives that are under a growing spotlight this year. Campaigners have described the Clinton Foundation as «corrupt» and «unpatriotic» and have urged the organisation to disclose its donors in tax documents in hopes of injarvees.comcreasing transparency.
In May, the Washington Post said the Clinton Foundation had raised more than $200m in donations but received around $40m in undisclosed sums. Hillary Clinton, then the Democratic nominee for president, has said she has turned the charity over to the State Department.