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Webb Hubbell: I Don't Believe Book's Charges Against Hillary

By    |   Thursday, 23 Apr 2015 07:05 PM

Webb Hubbell, the former assistant attorney general under Bill Clinton, tells Newsmax TV that nobody should jump to conclusions over charges of financial improprieties made against Hillary Clinton in a new book.

"They're allegations. There's a lot to be found out. I don't think that any person running for president is not going to have every bit of their financial background looked into. Hillary's just the first," Hubbell said Thursday on "The Steve Malzberg Show."

"But I wouldn't presume that there's something unseemly or untoward. I know the Clintons pretty well and I don't think they care who gave to the foundation when it comes to their official actions."

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A new book, "Clinton Cash" by Peter Schweizer, alleges the State Department under Hillary Clinton approved of the sale of one of America's largest uranium mines at the same time a charity supported by the Clinton Foundation received a donation from the seller's charitable foundation, The Wall Street Journal reports.

The book is also said to outline a number of potential conflicts of interest between Clinton's work at the State Department and her charitable work.

But Hubbell — author of the upcoming thriller, "Ginger Snaps: A Jack Patterson Thriller," to be published next month by Beaufort — said Clinton should not be singled out.

"We all agree that we need a little more transparency in who gives what, but let's not just isolate it to Hillary," said Hubbell, who referred to a federal investigation into the Whitewater scandal involving the real estate investments of the Clintons and their associates.

"They spent $77 million and they couldn't find a thing the Clintons did wrong. Let's not go down that road again," he said.

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