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Clinton Foundation on Collision Course with Campaign

One of the many issues being dragged forward by the Clinton campaign is the nexus between Hillary, the State Department, and the Clinton Foundation. Many of the emails slowly being released by State point to amazingly coincidental successes, facilitated by State, that fell into the laps of companies and individuals who “donated” to the Foundation.

And so rather than actually dial back the corruption, The Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation is considering dialing back its activity during the campaign and a potential Clinton presidency.

With its packed slate of events already colliding with the presidential election calendar and donors growing wary, the foundation has commissioned a study from the powerhouse Boston Consulting Group on how to improve the foundation’s showcase endeavor, the Clinton Global Initiative or CGI, while a 2015 study flagged concerns that Clinton’s presidential campaign could hurt a separate project, the Clinton Health Access Initiative.

Clinton Foundation CEO Donna Shalala warned staff of possible restructuring and election year uncertainty, and wouldn’t guarantee that CGI would follow through with plans for its flashy annual meeting in September.

Supporters of Hillary Clinton’s campaign privately grumble that the foundation is diverting the attention of Bill Clinton, her former president husband, as well as key donors, at a pivotal moment in the presidential campaign. They argue that CGI should suspend planned events during the primaries and just before the general election.

“Gosh, can’t they relax a bit on that work and focus on winning Iowa?” said one bundler. “But everyone is resigned to how they function, and presumes they know what they are doing.”

Clinton Foundation officials said they have no plans to cancel any CGI events in 2016, and they cast the Boston Consulting Group study as “a periodic customer service review.”

Breaking News: Hillary Clinton’s campaign declined to comment.