Clinton Foundation health project still mulling foreign donations

Clinton Foundation water bottles are seen for sale at the Clinton Museum Store in Little RockBy Jonathan Allen NEW YORK (Reuters) – The largest program of the Clinton Foundation, the family philanthropy of U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, is still weighing whether to continue accepting foreign donations should Clinton be elected, a spokeswoman said on Friday. It was reported on Thursday that the Clinton Foundation would no longer receive donations from foreigners or corporations if Clinton wins the election in November, an effort to defuse criticism that donors to the globe-straddling charity might inappropriately seek White House favors in return. The Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), the foundation's flagship project credited with reducing the cost of life-saving HIV medicines in the developing world, is yet to decide if it will similarly introduce new limits on donors.



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