O'Reilly: It's Up to Voters to Decide If Clinton Foundation Is Ethical
In his Talking Points Memo tonight, Bill O'Reilly reacted to stunning new revelations about the Clinton Foundation.
This week, WikiLeaks released emails, hacked from the account of Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, which suggest the foundation is run more like a business than a charity.
O'Reilly explained that a memo written by top Bill Clinton aide Douglas Band shows a "tangled web" of money given to the charity.
He said that Band paints a picture of donations being used not just for the foundation's charitable causes, but also to advance the interests of the Clintons and their allies.
O'Reilly said "The Factor" also studied the 2014 tax return from the Clinton Foundation, finding that tens of millions of dollars were used on non-charitable expenses.
He revealed that included lavish travel like private jets for Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton, in addition to massive salaries for "Clinton pals" like Eric Braverman, Bruce Lindsey and Mark Gunton.
"Talking Points believes the Clinton Foundation is a joint venture: business, political and charitable," O'Reilly said. "The Clintons figured out how to accomplish all three things under the foundation banner."
"It is left to you the voter to decide whether that is ethical."
Watch the full Talking Points Memo above, and share your reaction in the comments.