TIME’s Duffy: Clinton Foundation ‘Had a Pay-To-Play Wing’

On Friday’s broadcast of PBS’ “Washington Week,” TIME Magazine Executive Editor Michael Duffy argued that the Clinton Foundation “had a pay-to-play wing, or arm, where clearly, donors to the Foundation were able to at least apply for, and in some cases, a few cases that we know of, get access to the secretary of state.”

Duffy stated, “[T]he Clinton Foundation thing has almost now surpassed the emails a little bit, because the — some of the emails that have come out have revealed the Foundation to be — at least to have had a pay-to-play wing, or arm, where clearly, donors to the Foundation were able to at least apply for, and in some cases, a few cases that we know of, get access to the secretary of state. No other quid pro quo that we know of, but it’s one of the reasons — I think we all know this, that there are lots of people close to the Clintons who really believe that the Foundation should be shut down, not changed, not reformed, but ended. Because, when it – if she is elected, it’s not – these problems aren’t going to go away.”

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