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Clinton Foundation Called “Slush Fund” By Watchdog Group

The Clinton Foundation has been placed on a “watch list” by the nation’s most trusted charity watchdog group and is being called a “slush fund” by the Sunlight Foundation.

The New York Post is reporting that in 2013, the mega-charity took in more than $140 million in donations, grants and pledges, but only doled out $9 million in direct aid.

The organization has more than 2,000 employees worldwide, which accounted for $30 million in payroll that year.

Charity Navigator, which rates non-profit groups based on their openness, accountability and how they spend their money, has put the Clinton Foundation on their “Watch List” alongside such successful and stable charities as Al Sharpton’s National Action Network.

Other nonprofit experts are asking hard questions about the Clinton Foundation’s tax filings in the wake of recent reports that the Clintons traded influence for donations.

“It seems like the Clinton Foundation operates as a slush fund for the Clintons,” said Bill Allison, a senior fellow at the Sunlight Foundation, a government watchdog group once run by leading progressive Democrat and Fordham Law professor Zephyr Teachout.

In July 2013, Eric Braverman, a friend of Chelsea Clinton from when they both worked at McKinsey & Co., took over as CEO of the Clinton Foundation. He took home nearly $275,000 in salary, benefits and a housing allowance from the nonprofit for just five months’ work in 2013, tax filings show. Less than a year later, his salary increased to $395,000, according to a report in Politico.