A grant of $37 million dollars in cash that went to the Clinton-Bush Haiti Fund disappeared in Baltimore. What happened to the cash?
The Clinton Foundation sent the money to a Baltimore post office box.
Why was the $37 million sent to a Baltimore post office address? Who retrieved the check from the P.O. box? What happened to the $37 million thereafter?
The Foundation told federal tax authorities that its only office that year was in Washington, D.C.
In a CBHF state filing received in New York on June 29, 2010, Anita Bhatt, the fund’s chief financial officer, declared: “Because the [CBHF] did not receive its 501(c)(3) status until April 2010, the Clinton Foundation and the Communities Foundation of Texas solicited funds on behalf of CBHF at the request of former President George W. Bush.”
In a filing received July 21, 2010, Bhatt declared that contributions and grants through May 31, 2010, totaled $34.1 million, reiterated that she was in charge of CBHF funds and repeated that CBHF had only one office in Washington, D.C.
This means that if the Clinton Foundation actually sent more than $37 million to a Baltimore address, it must have done so after May 31, 2010, which would mean that CBHF collected more than $71 million during a year when it ultimately declared just under $49 million in total revenues.
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