While former President Bill Clinton said Monday he would resign from the foundation's board and stop soliciting donations in an official capacity if his wife wins the White House, USA Today said the changes "won't stop people from trying to buy access through the foundation".
She added, "Someone who's questioned the citizenship of the first African-American president ... is someone who is very much peddling bigotry and prejudice and paranoia".
On Wednesday evening, Hillary Clinton said the AP had only "looked at a small portion of my time" as secretary of state and had drawn the conclusion that her meetings with Nobel laureates - such as Peace Prize victor Elie Wiesel - were connected to the foundation rather than their work as global leaders.
Trump has said the foundation should be shut down immediately.
Clinton's speech is an effort to keep attention focused on what a top aide called Trump's "divisive and dystopian vision" as he tries to reverse his slumping position in opinion polls in key battleground states before the November 8 presidential election.
Those 85 donors combined reportedly gave about $156 Million! Only 44 percent of likely voters said they liked Clinton "a lot" or "a little", while 47 percent said they disliked her "a lot" or "a little".
We focused on Mrs. Clinton's meetings and calls involving those people outside her duties as secretary of state whom she chose to include in her busy schedule. "If there's something wrong with creating jobs and saving lives, I don't know what it is", said Bill Clinton.
"I just am confounded by the strategy", she continued.
The campaign insisted the foundation had no influence on her work at the State Department.
Donald Trump has a within-the-margin-of-error lead over Hillary Clinton in the Sunshine State according to a new Florida Chamber of Commerce poll. "She lies, she smears, she paints decent Americans as racists", he said.
The UPI/CVoter daily presidential tracking poll released Thursday shows Republican Donald Trump pulling into a slight lead over Hillary Clinton for the first time in almost a month.
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