After a successful run in hardback, Clinton Cash, the shocking book that exposes the dodgy pay-to-play financial history of the Clinton Foundation charity, debuts at number six on The New York Times paperback nonfiction Best Sellers List.
Coming on the heels of the wild success of the documentary film of the same name, the release of Clinton Cash in paperback has been well received.
The paperback issue of Clinton Cash exposes the sky-high speaking fees paid to Bill and Hillary Clinton as well as the billions in donations the Clinton Foundation raked in from foreign donors and shows how this incredible amount of money rolled in just as Hillary Clinton handed out favors when she was Obama’s Secretary of State.
This troubling story was exposed in the original hardback issue of The New York Times bestselling book written by Government Accountability Institute President Peter Schweizer. But now it is a viral sensation as a documentary dogging Hillary Clinton’s campaign for president.
The book was most recently turned into a documentary that became the most talked about topic on social media for nearly a week after it debuted.
A day after its release, the Clinton Cash documentary became the top topic on Facebook, the world’s largest social media platform, and spent days dominating its trending list. Only a few days after its release, the film had already received over 800,000 views on Youtube.
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