Maria Cardona on Hillary’s Foreign Donors: Bush Library Had Foreign Donors, Too
DICKERSON: "What should Hillary Clinton do to get out from under that? Give back the money? Give a big speech explaining it?"
NOONAN: "No. Giving back the money would be great. I guess what you're saying is, how do you get rid of this as an issue? I suspect it's simply going to continue as an issue. I don't think she will give a big speech. And I don't think she will give back the money. And there are Republican criticisms that the money for the Clinton Foundation went not only for wonderful good things, but also for some things that were essentially keeping the Clintons going as an operation. So, look, that will work its way out. The biggest speech Hillary has to make is the one that tells us why she is running for president, what she wants to do. End of story."
CARDONA: "Let's be clear, the Clinton Foundation is a global foundation. They take money from organizations, corporations, governments, individuals, from all over the world because of the kinds of things that they are doing to make millions of people's lives better. Give back the money? I don't think it's going to happen. If Bush becomes the nominee, should the Bush Library give back money that Kuwait has given? That Saudi Arabia has given the Bush Library?"
HALPERIN: "It's not his library. It's one thing that's --"[crosstalk]
CARDONA: "It's his family's library. It's not her foundation."