Trump based his accusation of corrupt behavior by the Clintons, regarding foreign financial contributions to the Clinton Foundation, on information in Clinton Cash, by Peter Schweiser. In Fact-checking the April 26 shows, ‘Clinton Cash’ published by PoliFact, Newt Gingrich made a similar claim. The authors wrote.
Robert Delahunty, a University of St. Thomas constitutional law professor who worked in the Justice Department’s Office of Legal Counsel from 1989 to 2003, also called Gingrich’s link between Clinton and the foreign governments’ gifts to the Clinton Foundation as “implausible.”
“The truth is that we establish corporate bodies like the Clinton Foundation because the law endows these entities with a separate and distinct legal personhood,” Delahunty said.