Hillary Clinton just got some bad news that could destroy her 2020 chances
Rumors that Hillary Clinton is running for President in 2020 are picking up steam.
While Clinton failed to win in 2008 and 2016, Democrats have put forth zero viable candidates to challenge Trump.
But Hillary just got some bad news that could destroy her chances of running again in 2020.
The Clinton Foundation has seen over half of their contributions disappear from 2016 to 2017.
Donors have left the Clinton Foundation in the dust one year after Hillary Clinton lost the 2016 presidential election to President Donald Trump, according to the organization’s latest federal tax filings.
The filings, obtained by the New York Post on Saturday, showed that contributions to the foundation took a $36 million nosedive over the past year—reported contributions fell from $62,912,331 in 2016 to $26,566,825 in 2017.
The $36 million drop in donations comes as House Republicans plan to hold hearings in December on the results of a Justice Department probe into the Clinton Foundation—one month before Democrats assume control of the House.
Donations to the foundation have tanked over the past few years as the organization had tried to fend off allegations that Hillary Clinton used the foundation to engage in pay-to-play schemes with foreign governments.
Deep-pocketed donors made massive contributions to the Clinton Foundation in 2016.
They thought Hillary would win and their contributions would earn them good favor with the new president.
But she lost.
Influence-buyers lost interest and are no longer propping up her foundation.
As her support falls apart she may not be able to win the Democrat nomination.
Let alone defeat President Trump in a rematch.