Hillary Clinton is pushing back against the claims leveled against her in a soon-to-be-released book called Clinton Cash.

In the book, author Peter Schweizer alleges that while serving as secretary of state, Hillary Clinton did favors for foreign governments and groups in exchange for cash.

The money allegedly came in the form of huge speaking fees for former President Bill Clinton and donations to the Clintons' foundation.

After dismissing the book's allegations as political distractions and "attacks," Clinton's campaign sent out a three-page letter late Tuesday, laying out talking points for surrogates to respond with.

Fox News chief White House correspondent Ed Henry, just back from two days on the Clinton campaign trail in New Hampshire, reported on the memo this morning. 

He said the Clinton team's talking points go "on and on" with claims that the book was bankrolled by a Koch brothers-linked organization in order to damage her campaign.

"They are trying to go back to the old Clinton playbook. That this is a vast right-wing conspiracy, that it's all about conservatives piling on Hillary Clinton," said Henry.

He noted, however, that the memo does not get into the substance of the allegations brought up by Schweizer. 

Watch his full report above.


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