The best-kept secrets in politics are not always the best ones, so it’s not surprising that they are sometimes the most overlooked.
That’s why it’s important to keep track of them.
Here are the five most notable, hidden, and overlooked.1.
The Clinton Foundation was never about politicsThe Clinton family foundation, founded by former President Bill Clinton in 2000, was intended to help poor people in developing nations.
But it morphed into an international business that is heavily intertwined with a powerful family of business moguls.
That includes the Clintons, who also own a large stake in the company, and the Clintons’ son-in-law and business partner, Marc Mezvinsky.
They have become one of the richest men in America and the world, with a net worth estimated at $20 billion.
Hillary Clinton has said she will not sell the family business to the public or even the State Department.
But the foundation’s activities have become a matter of public record and scrutiny.
A series of investigative reports by The Washington Post and other news organizations have revealed that the foundation received more than $150 million in foreign donations, while at the same time accepting millions of dollars from foreign governments.
Critics have charged that the Clinton Foundation has benefited donors from repressive regimes, including dictatorships and dictatorships with human rights abuses.
The foundation says its donors have donated generously, and it has denied wrongdoing.
It also says its work has been independently audited.
The Clintons have also said they have donated millions to the Clinton Global Initiative, a philanthropic organization that supports programs in the developing world, and to other causes.2.
The Clintons have contributed millions to Democratic causesThe Clintons, in fact, have contributed a staggering amount to the Democratic Party.
They are the second-richest families in America, and they have spent more than a billion dollars on federal campaigns, according to the Center for Responsive Politics.
And they have also raised $8 billion from a vast network of donors.
The New York Times, for example, reported in 2015 that the Clintons and the Mezvicins donated $5 million each to the party’s congressional campaign committees.
Other wealthy Democrats have donated to the Democrats’ Congressional Leadership Fund, the Democratic Governors Association, and its sister group, the Congressional Leadership Conference.
The Clinton campaign said in a statement that it has “doubled the size of our joint fundraising committees to more than 60 percent of the total contributions it has received in the past two years.”
The Clintons also contributed $1.4 million to the DNC, and donated $1 million to Priorities USA Action, a super PAC that supports Democratic candidates.
The donations have been scrutinized for their conflicts of interest, particularly given the fact that the former president and the son-of-a-Billionaire have been married for more than two decades.
But that hasn’t stopped the Clintons from claiming they are simply following the law and donating to the best causes.3.
The Trump Foundation was a charityThe Trump Foundation is a charity that is part of Trump’s political organization, the Trump Organization.
The organization is funded by the Trump Foundation, and all the money donated goes to Trump’s personal charitable foundation.
The foundation was established in 1985 by Donald Trump, Jr., a real estate developer, and his father, Fred.
The nonprofit has been a regular contributor to Trump projects, including a $1 billion renovation of the Trump National Golf Club in Virginia.
But critics have accused the Trump family of accepting donations from foreign countries.
The Washington Times has reported that the Trump organization was responsible for at least one payment to a Russian billionaire in 2015, in return for his support for Donald Trump.
The money was intended for a Russian company called VTB, which is owned by Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The Times says it’s unclear if the payments were intended for political purposes.4.
The IRS is investigating TrumpFor decades, the Internal Revenue Service has been investigating the Trump campaign and his associates for potential violations of tax law.
And in 2017, the agency published a report detailing how the Trump presidential campaign’s lawyers were engaging in a campaign of false statements and misleading tax filings.
The report detailed an extensive effort by the campaign to avoid paying taxes on nearly $300 million in income from Trump businesses.
Trump has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing and the IRS has not commented on the report.5.
The White House has been caught in a lieIt’s a common tactic to accuse the Trump administration of lying when it is caught in the act.
The most famous example is former President Barack Obama’s lie that his son was born in the United States, then later changed his story when it became clear that the president was not.
Trump has since repeated that lie, claiming that Obama was born outside the United State.
The lie is considered one of history’s most powerful falsehoods, as it has been used to help secure support for Trump.6.
The Russians have hacked the DNCThe Russian government is believed to be behind an extensive cyberattack on the Democratic National Committee.
But as a candidate for