A top official at the Clinton Foundation said he could name “500 different examples” of conflicts of interest, including some involving former President Bill Clinton, according to more of the e-mails purportedly hacked from the account of Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman. - From Bloomberg.com/politics
17, 2011, that he had been required to sign a conflict-of-interest statement as a board member of the foundation’s Clinton Global Initiative, but that the former president “oddly” didn’t have to sign one “even though he is personally paid by 3 cgi sponsors, gets many expensive gifts from them, some that are at home etc”.
At the time, according to previous releases of alleged e-mails, Band was fighting openly with Chelsea Clinton as she expanded her role at the foundation and accused Band of misusing his influence.
But Clinton and her aides have blamed the government of Russian President Vladimir Putin for cyber espionage aimed at swaying the U.S.
election and Republican rival Donald Trump for exploiting the stolen material.
In an alleged response to Band’s complaints, Cheryl Mills, a longtime Clinton adviser and attorney who was then Hillary Clinton’s chief of staff, said, “Many of issues you flag will get captured by corporate audit and receive common policy application as against all entities/individuals with multiple lines.” Band’s purported attacks on his colleagues’ conflicts sounded much like Trump, who has said Clinton sold influence to foundation donors through her job as secretary of state and enriched her family.