The Clinton family can’t seem to keep themselves out of trouble.
With donors like Harvey Weinstein, that’s not surprising.
And now there’s another Clinton donor who has found himself in big trouble.
Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal is no stranger to the Clinton family.
According to Campus Watch, the Clinton Foundation has received at least $10 million since 2001 from Saudi Arabia, with at least $1 million coming from “Friends of Saudi Arabia”, a group run by Saudi Princes.
And Alwaleed bin Talal is no stranger to insulting Trump as well.
He sparred with President Trump in the early days of his Presidential campaign, where Trump hit back harder than Talal ever expected.
You are a disgrace not only to the GOP but to all America.
Withdraw from the U.S presidential race as you will never win.
— الوليد بن طلال (@Alwaleed_Talal) December 11, 2015
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 13, 2015
And now, Talal, and dozens of other high ranking Saudi officials have been arrested in a historic corruption case.
As reported by Fox News:
“Saudi Arabia has arrested dozens of princes, senior military officers, businessmen and top officials, including a well-known royal billionaire with extensive holdings in Western companies, as part of a sweeping anti-corruption probe that further cements control in the hands of its young crown prince.
A high-level employee at Prince Alwaleed bin Talal’s Kingdom Holding Co. told The Associated Press that the royal— who is one of the world’s richest men— was among those detained overnight Saturday. The company’s stock was down nearly 9 percent in trading Sunday on the Saudi stock exchange.
The surprise arrests, which also reportedly include two of the late King Abdullah’s sons, were hailed by pro-government media outlets as the greatest sign yet that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is keeping his promise to reform the country, long been plagued by allegations of corruption at the highest levels of government.
Analysts have suggested the arrest of once-untouchable members of the royal family is the latest sign that the 32-year-old crown prince is moving to quash potential rivals or critics. The prince’s swift rise to power has unnerved more experienced, elder members of the ruling Al Saud family, which has long ruled by consensus, though ultimate decision-making remains with the monarch.
The king named his son, the crown prince, as head of an anti-corruption committee established late Saturday, just hours before its arrest of top officials.”
This news is terrible for Hillary Clinton and her entire family that have benefited greatly from Saudi Arabian money.
And much like the recent revelations that serial sexual abuser Harvey Weinstein was a major financial supporter, it puts the Clintons in the hot seat.
Will they choose to keep the money they have received from the corrupt class of Saudi Arabia?
Or will they return the money, and renounce their relationship.
Do you think the Clintons will return the money?
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