The panel on "Outnumbered" discussed a top North Carolina congressman's claim that whistleblowers came forward to him about potential illicit activity at the Clinton Foundation.

Melissa Francis said Rep. Mark Meadows, a Republican who represents the Smokies, told Fox News that three people have offered him "hundreds of pages of evidence of illegal activity."

Francis said Meadows -- the chair of the conservative House Freedom Caucus -- plans to hold a hearing next week in the oversight subcommittee he chairs to look into the allegations.

She said that "evidence has been there forever" leading to the conclusion that the Clinton Foundation is indeed rife with corrupt dealings.

Francis said the government of Abu Dhabi -- capital of the United Arab Emirates -- paid former President Clinton $1 million to give a pair of speeches while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state.

Shortly thereafter, Etihad, a top Emirati airline, received special approval to fly non-stop to the United States and receive customs-related perks only offered to regional flights from Canada, Ireland and the Caribbean, Francis said.


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She said the move was against the interests of American-based airlines and is a "security issue," and she drew a connection between the high-priced speeches and the airline concessions.

"That is so much more than any tower in Moscow," she said, referring to reports then-private-citizen Donald Trump worked toward building a skyscraper in the Russian capital while running for president.

The Moscow tower never materialized, but the planning stages have been under scrutiny by the Mueller investigatory team.

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