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Hillary’s Dirtbag Brother Just Won’t Go Away

By most accounts, Tony Rodham is a failure.

As a businessman, he is a failure; unable to support his family on his own, he is a failure as a breadwinner and as a constant leech on his famous big sister, he is a failure as a family man.

Tony Rodham, 60, uses his connections as Hillary’s brother to negotiate big deals, get cushy jobs and lure donors to both the Clinton Foundation and his own sketchy business ventures.

The New York Times is reporting that along with Hugh Rodham and Bill’s brother Roger, the Clinton siblings are poster children for failure.

Roger Clinton famously served a year in federal prison on drug charges; Hugh Rodham is a lawyer in Florida who is most famous for losing a run for the U.S. Senate in 1994 and allegedly taking a $400,000 bribe to get Then-President Bill Clinton to pardon a convicted fraudster.

But unlike Roger Clinton and Hugh Rodham, Tony Rodham just won’t go away. He continues to beg his sister and brother-in-law for money and assistance. In 2010, he badgered Bill Clinton into finding a job for him, the Clintons continue to fund his children’s education and he’s been trying to use his family connections to lure corporations to work through his “partnership” and the Clinton Foundation to rebuild areas like Haiti’s earthquake-stricken area.

In 2012, he admitted in a court proceeding how dependent he is on the Clintons:

“I deal through the Clinton Foundation. That gets me in touch with the Haitian officials,” Mr. Rodham said, according to a transcript of his testimony. “I hound my brother-in-law, because it’s his fund that we’re going to get our money from. And he can’t do it until the Haitian government does it.

“And he keeps telling me, ‘Oh, it’s going to happen tomorrow, tomorrow, tomorrow, tomorrow.’ Well, tomorrow hasn’t come yet.”

Will Hillary just write a big, fat check from the Foundation to keep Tony quiet until after 2016? Maybe. But like a hungry dog, he’ll only come back for more sooner or later.