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>> It's impossible to tell where the Clinton Foundation ends and the State Department begins.>> Donald Trump might be the most strident critic of the Clinton Foundation but he's far from the only one. The editorial boards of the Washington Post and USA Today join a growing chorus blasting Hilary Clinton for creating the perception that foundation donors got special access when she was secretary of state,wWhich Clinton denies.
USA Today echoing critics, telling Clinton to shut the foundation down. Reuters' breaking views columnist, Gina Chan.>> What should have been a positive in terms of the good work the foundation does, whether it's work on HIV and AIDS and other charity work. It's become an Achilles' heel for her because of all of these questions about links and influence pedaling, and that sort of thing.
Having all this swirling around her as November approaches, isn't helpful. I think that as these emails continue to trickle out, there are still a batch of 15,000 that people are still waiting to see, this story isn't going to end anytime soon. And it will continue to provide fodder for her opponents.
>> Bill Clinton has said the foundation will stop taking foreign corporate donations if Hillary Clinton wins, but critics say, that's not enough. Clinton's campaign calling the uproar overblown, rejecting findings of an AP review showing more than half of Clinton's meetings outside government as secretary were with foundation donors.
>> Her actions are criminal.>> Trump Wednesday, stepping up his calls for an independent prosecutor to look into the foundation's dealings.