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While On Federal Payroll Clinton Chief Of Staff Cheryl Mills ‘Volunteered’ For Clinton Foundation

While On Federal Payroll Clinton Chief Of Staff Cheryl Mills ‘Volunteered’ For Clinton Foundation

All federal employees are subject to federal ethics laws and regulations, including rules pertaining to conflicts of interest. Unless you are a Clinton crony, then anything pretty much goes. Cheryl Mills was just doing this out of the kindness of her heart, right? No conflict at all… So just move along!

Washington Examiner:

Hillary Clinton’s top aide at the State Department spent at least some of her time on the federal payroll helping the nonprofit Clinton Foundation, according to a Thursday report.

Cheryl Mills, a longtime Clinton aide whose relationship with the family reaches back decades, hopped on an Amtrak train from Washington, D.C., to New York on June 19, 2012, an unnamed source told CNN, in order to interview two high-level business executives under consideration to lead the foundation.

The purpose of the trip has been shrouded in mystery to date, despite questions from Congress. A January 2016 letter on the topic sent to Secretary of State John Kerry by Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley, the Republican chairman of the Senate Judiciary Chairman, went unanswered.

Mills maintains that her time spent working for the foundation constituted volunteer work. Federal statutes prohibit employees from working for private organizations while on the federal payroll, considered a misuse of public funds. More

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