Clinton Foundation Admits ‘Mistakes’ in Tax Returns

Democratic presidential candidate and former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton delivers remarks at the Hillary Rodham Clinton Awards for Advancing Women in Peace and Security at Georgetown University April 22, 2015 in Washington, DC.

The Clinton Foundation  has finally admitted on Sunday that it indeed made “some mistakes” when filing its tax forms and “will likely be making adjustments on refiling”.

The acting CEO of the foundation, Maura Pally, admitted on the foundation’s website that although their total revenue had been reported accurately, their government grant monies were “mistakenly combined with other donations”.

“So yes, we made mistakes, as many organizations of our size do, but we are acting quickly to remedy them, and have taken steps to ensure they don’t happen in the future,” Pally wrote.

The Foundation has recently been scrutinized with the pending release of the new book “Clinton Cash” as well as the announcement of Hillary’s 2016 presidential campaign.  The book which was written by a former fellow at the conservative Hoover Institution, Peter Scwheizer, implies that Hillary’s actions while performing her duties as Secretary of State may have benefited some of the foundation’s larger donations.

Clinton’s campaign has yet to address the allegations, leaving some people concerned that corruption at the highest levels could once again drag the Clinton name into the spotlight.



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Patrick James has worked as a firefighter/EMT for several services throughout the years, as well as a custom metal fabricator, certified personal trainer and chef. Growing up in the rural suburbs of Detroit, it was during his frequent trips to Northern Michigan where he learned of his love for hunting and fishing. Spending several of his adult years in upstate South Carolina, his love of extreme sports took root in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains as he learned to rock climb and kayak. "Courage and perseverance have a magical talisman, before which difficulties disappear and vanish into air." ~ John Quincy Adams