Will Cooper And Ross Call On The Clintons To Sever Ties With Their Foundation? | Eastern North Carolina Now

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As editorials call for the Clintons to step aside, where do NC's top Democrats stand on her pay-to-play scandal?

    Raleigh, N.C.     Following Hillary Clinton's disastrous week of developments into the pay-to-play scheme she set up at the State Department, another North Carolina editorial is calling on the Clintons to cut ties with the Clinton Foundation. As demands for the Clintons to sever their connection with the foundation continue to mount, the North Carolina Republican Party (NCGOP) questions whether Roy Cooper and Deborah Ross will follow suit and call for the Clintons to step away.

    "Will Roy Cooper and Deborah Ross call on the Clintons to cut ties with the Clinton Foundation after the damning revelations into the pay-to-play structure between the foundation and the Clinton State Department? Deborah Ross already said she's against pay-to-play and surely as North Carolina's chief law enforcement officer, Roy Cooper disagrees with this type of corruption - but will Cooper and Ross insist the Clintons make a clean break from the foundation? Should Cooper and Ross choose not to, it will only give North Carolinians another reason not to trust the Democrats, from the top of the ticket down." - Robin Hayes, NCGOP Chairman

Charlotte Observer: The Clintons should sever ties with the Clinton Foundation

  • "Bill Clinton should step down now. The family should wall itself off from the foundation immediately, and take its name off the charity, as it should have when she was secretary of state."

Greensboro News & Record: Foundational Flaw

  • "It was a mistake for the foundation to raise money from foreign governments while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state and to continue doing so during her presidential campaign. It is time now for Bill and Hillary Clinton, and their daughter Chelsea, to step away. The foundation can run without them, although it might not be able to raise as much money if gifts can't buy special access."

  • Contact:NCGOP Communications
  •     communications@ncgop.org

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