Top Dem money man departs because Clinton hasn’t answered ethics questions

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  1. Revmitchell Well-Known Member
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    A top Democratic moneyman recruited by Hillary Rodham Clinton’s presidential campaign has put fundraising activities on hold, saying he can’t do it with a clear conscience because the former secretary of state has too many unanswered questions swirling around her.

    New York businessman Jon Cooper, who Team Clinton enlisted for its elite corps of early fundraisers known as “HillStarters,” said that he decided not to tap his donor network for Mrs. Clinton because she hasn’t provided enough answers about foreign donations to the Clinton Foundation while she ran the State Department, her exclusive use of private email for official business as America’s top diplomat and her commitment to liberal priorities.

    “I’m officially on the fence,” said Mr. Cooper, a bundler for President Obama’s campaigns who is active in Democratic politics in New York, which Mrs. Clinton represented in the U.S. Senate and where she has set up her campaign headquarters.



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    I thought for a minute you were talking about Crabby!
     
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    Well, maybe the Titanic is about to hit the iceberg! :sleep:

    Hard to believe that the Teflon is (has worn?) wearing off.:thumbs:
     
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    His turn is coming, be patient. :laugh:
    (Along with one of his cohorts. :thumbs:)