The Federalist has a well written piece that includes just how much the Founders were concerned about individuals such as the Clintons coming in to power and how to deal with it Constitutionally. Even more of a reveal is just how little the Clinton Foundation actually spends on “good works.” About 15 percent apparently. This is not new to the Clintons. Here we go:
The latest foreign payola scandal is just the latest chapter in the Clinton corruption novel. They played games with dirty cash in Arkansas. Theyplayed games with dirty cash literally in the White House. And now we know they were playing games with foreign cash while Hillary Clinton was serving as Secretary of State. The Founding Fathers who wrote the Constitution knew what could happen if U.S. officials put cash before their own country, so they banned the practice.
Meanwhile, there are the speaking fees for Bill Clinton from companies and organizations that were also donors. According to the Washington Post, these speeches netted him at least $26 million dollars.
Beyond the possible payola, there’s the little problem of it being unconstitutional to take payoffs or benefits under Article 1, Section 9.