The Clinton Foundation’s 2018 tax return shows a loss of $16.8 million during that year, which added to the $16.1 million in reported losses in 2017 shows a cumulative loss of $32.9 million.

These figures contrast sharply with the $1.1 billion received by the Clinton Foundation during the Obama administration and the time when Hillary Clinton was secretary of state, while in 2018 it only got $24.2 million.

“The Clinton Foundation was a vehicle in many ways for foreign nationals and foreign governments to influence the secretary of state,” said Tom Fitton, the Judicial Watch representative, according to Fox News.

The investigative agency Judicial Watch mentioned emails obtained through a Freedom of Information Act (FISA) request according to which former aide Huma Abedin provided “special expedited access to the Secretary of State” to donors who had contributed $25,000 to $10 million to the Clinton Foundation, according to USA Today.

“These new emails confirm that Hillary Clinton abused her office by selling favors to Clinton Foundation donors,” the president of Judicial Watch, quoted by USA Today, said in a statement.

Scott Amey, general adviser to the Project On Government Oversight (POGO) also referred to the same emails.

“These emails show that there was a long line of Clinton Foundation friends who had no qualms about asking the Clinton State Department for meetings, favors, and special treatment,” Amey said.

Steve Bannon, an adviser to President Trump’s campaign, made a documentary claiming the Clinton’s enriched themselves by their connections with big business and foreign governments.

One of the cases cited is that of Crown Prince Salman of Bahrain, who obtained an appointment with Hillary Clinton through her foundation and then donated $32 million.

It is also striking that the money for 2016 came from foreign governments, and according to what Fitton said, that funding was used by the Clinton Foundation to position Hillary’s name as a presidential candidate.

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