Hillary Clinton And The Clinton Foundation

Former U.S. President Bill Clinton attends the Clinton Global Initiative Asia Meeting in Hong Kong in 2008. The former president kicked off his first charitable conference abroad in Hong Kong after he agreed to greater oversight of his foundation to pave the way for his wife Hillary Clinton's appointment by President-elect Barack Obama as Secretary of State.
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton attends the Clinton Global Initiative Asia Meeting in Hong Kong in 2008. The former president kicked off his first charitable conference abroad in Hong Kong after he agreed to greater oversight of his foundation to pave the way for his wife Hillary Clinton's appointment by President-elect Barack Obama as Secretary of State. AP Photo / Kin Cheung
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton attends the Clinton Global Initiative Asia Meeting in Hong Kong in 2008. The former president kicked off his first charitable conference abroad in Hong Kong after he agreed to greater oversight of his foundation to pave the way for his wife Hillary Clinton's appointment by President-elect Barack Obama as Secretary of State.
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton attends the Clinton Global Initiative Asia Meeting in Hong Kong in 2008. The former president kicked off his first charitable conference abroad in Hong Kong after he agreed to greater oversight of his foundation to pave the way for his wife Hillary Clinton's appointment by President-elect Barack Obama as Secretary of State. AP Photo / Kin Cheung

Hillary Clinton And The Clinton Foundation

Many political observers believe that foreign policy conflicts-of-interest will be a hot topic at the upcoming presidential debates. 

Republican nominee Donald Trump may have to answer questions about ties to Russia and Vladimir Putin, while Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton may have to respond to accusations about the Clinton Foundation.

Investigative journalist, Ken Silverstein, asserts “that the Clintons have used their foundation for crass profiteering and influence peddling" in his Harper’s Magazine report, "Shaky Foundations: The Clintons’ so-called charitable enterprise has served as a vehicle to launder money and to enrich family friends.” We talk to Silverstein about his report.