Everything you just said is false.
If you mean to accuse me of that, you need to back it up with facts. Here are a few more of my own:
Activities of the Clinton Foundation:
Clinton Development Initiative staff in Africa train rural farmers and help them get access to seeds, equipment and markets for their crops.
Clinton Climate Initiative staff help governments in Africa and the Caribbean region with reforestation efforts, and in island nations to help develop renewable energy projects.
Staff at the Clinton Health Access Initiative, an independent, affiliated entity, work in dozens of nations to lower the cost of HIV/AIDS medicine, scale up pediatric AIDS treatment and promote treatment of diarrhea through life-saving Zinc/ORS treatment.
Clinton Health Matters staff work with local governments and businesses in the United States to develop wellness and physical activity plans.http://www.factcheck.org/2015/06/where-does-clinton-foundation-money-go/
Program expenses 88%
The overall confusion comes from a misreading of the foundations IRS 990 form, which lists 6% of its income going to outside charities, but the other 82% go to charitable programs run directly by the foundation. Now you can believe what you want to believe. You have shown before that you are not persuaded by facts, even when offered up by independent sources with no political agenda. I can't help you there. You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make him drink.