Bill Clinton Triggered After Clinton Foundation Accused of Embezzling Haiti Disaster Cash to Pay For Chelsea’s Wedding

 Former president Bill Clinton lashed out on his Twitter account Saturday refuting reports that claim Clinton Foundation donations paid for Chelsea Clinton’s wedding.

On Thursday afternoon President Donald Trump asked a group of pro-amnesty senators why the US should welcome migrants from “sh*tholes” like Haiti, Central America or African nations.

Both Hillary and Chelsea Clinton decided this was a good time to lecture Trump on Haiti.

Chelsea Clinton reportedly used stolen money from Haiti relief to pay for her extravagant wedding.

Social media users bombarded the Clinton’s with tweets reminding them they left the Haitians high and dry after the devastating earthquake. The suffering Haitians never received relief from Clinton Foundation donations.

Bill Clinton wasn’t happy about the media firestorm over the Clinton Foundation!

Bill Clinton tweeted, “No Clinton Foundation funds—dedicated to Haiti or otherwise—were used to pay for Chelsea’s wedding. It’s not only untrue, it’s a personal insult to me, to Hillary, and to Chelsea and Marc.”

Attached to Bill Clinton’s tweet is a Washington Post ‘fact checker’ titled, “Did The Clinton Foundation Pay For Chelsea’s Wedding?”

The Independent previously reported:

Chelsea Clinton used the Clinton Foundation’s resources “for her wedding”, an aide to former US President Bill Clinton wrote in 2012, according to emails released by WikiLeaks.

They appear to show that Doug Band emailed John Podesta, chairman of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign, urging him to “speak to her and end this”.

According to Judicial Watch, Hillary Clinton made $48 million on Bill Clinton’s speeches to foreign governments/entities while she was Secretary of State.

It was announced on January 4th the Justice Department launched an investigation into whether the Clinton Foundation engaged in any pay-to-play or other illegal activities while Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State, John Solomon reported.

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