A stunning discovery about Chelsea Clinton just rocked the nation. The rumors were true — a damning report has confirmed them. She doesn’t want people to know.
Since 2011, the former first daughter has made nearly $9 million as a board member of IAC/InterActiveCorp. The company owns several internet brands, including Vimeo and Tinder.
Clinton reportedly “receives an annual $50,000 retainer and $250,000 worth of restricted IAC stock units,” and, according to financial disclosures, she owns “$8.95 million worth of IAC stock.”
Some are rightly speculating that her role as vice-chair of the Clinton Foundation — not to mention being the daughter of Bill and Hillary — helped her land this high-profile board position.
In 2011, when Chelsea first joined IAC’s board, Hillary was still serving as secretary of state for the Obama administration. This may have been lucrative for the foundation and Chelsea by extension.
Now, the foundation is raising 10% of what it did “the first year that Hillary was secretary of state,” noted author Peter Schweizer. This is “evidence for what the Clinton enterprise was all about.”
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