Last Spring, Peter Schweizer released his much-anticipated book, Clinton Cash. The book detailed a long list of corrupt and shady transactions that former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton approved of, oversaw, and participated in over the course of their careers.
Despite the fact that the mainstream media covered for the Clintons by hardly reporting on the allegations, even the far-left New York Times acknowledged many of Schweizer's allegations to be true. Even those who deny Schweizer's allegations altogether have been unable to dispute that the book raises a number of conflicts of interest between the Clintons and donors to the Clinton Foundation.
With all of the instances of quid pro quo favors in the Clintons' past, it is not surprising that whenever new accusations of impropriety surface, they are greeted with a great deal of interest. Such is the case now, as the Daily Caller is reporting that Iranian-American businessman Nima Taghavi met with Bill Clinton, and made huge donations to the Clinton Foundation just before the former president helped secure his father's release from an Iranian prison.
Is this yet another case of shady Clinton quid pro quo?
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