Will Lester Holt ask Hillary about the Clinton Foundation "scandal?" One certainly hopes so. It would provide an opportunity for Hillary to contrast it to the Tr*mp Foundation, which has worked assiduously for the benefit of… you guessed it… Donald J. Tr*mp.
Disregarding the illegal Pam Bondi contribution, which may or may not have influenced the Florida Attorney General to drop a lawsuit against Trump University, there's plenty to talk about. According to reporting in the Washington Post, contributions from his foundation were used to settle obligations incurred by Tr*mp in at least two lawsuits. Then there were the two portraits of Tr*mp that were "donated" to… you guessed it… Tr*mp.
Another "contribution" went to Citizens United Foundation, to help finance a lawsuit against New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, who just happens to be suing on behalf of defrauded Trump University students and also launching an investigation of… you guessed it… the Tr*mp Foundation.
Since the Tr*mp Foundation has no website, it's hard to figure out where its money goes — or even where it comes from. It hasn't come from Tr*mp himself since 2008, but wrestling promoter Vince McMahon kicks in annually; nobody seems too clear on just why, and McMahon isn't talking. Much of what Tr*mp does disperse to charity is in the form of "free" rounds of golf at his Mar-a-Lago golf club, valued at an average of $2,500 per foursome — but only after the charity has paid $250,000 to the club for hosting their event.
Like Bernie, I'm sick of hearing about the "damned emails." The Clintons donate about 10% of their annual income to charity, and get no personal benefit from the Clinton foundation. Tr*mp donates… errr… well, maybe we'll find out if he ever releases his tax return.