Bombshell: Clinton Foundation Donor Bought Into Top-Secret State Dept. Security Advisory Board
Good Morning America dropped a bombshell report on Hillary Clinton that could have a major impact on her 2016 presidential aspirations. Rajiv Fernando, a major Clinton Foundation donor that had absolutely no known national security or intelligence experience, was placed on a top-secret State Department International Security Advisory Board. The report reveals that Cheryl Mills, Clinton’s chief of staff, insisted on adding Fernando despite his obvious lack of experience.
Fernando’s involvement with the State Department International Security Advisory Board was first questioned by ABC reporters a the 2012 Democratic convention. Fernando quickly became agitated when questioned about his appointment to the board and threatened to have the reporters arrested if they didn’t leave. ABC News pressed the issue after leaving the convention. They reached out to the State Department asking about the decision to appoint Fernando.
Newly released emails reveal that Mills instructed the press officer to “stall for 24 hours.” Fernando resigned from his position the next day. Watch the full ABC report below.