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State Department will not review Clinton ethics pledge breaches

Clinton Foundation iPad covers are seen for sale at the Clinton Museum Store in Little RockThe U.S. State Department will not review the breaches of the 2008 ethics agreement Hillary Clinton signed in order to become secretary of state after her family’s charities admitted in March that they had not complied, a spokesman said on Thursday. Clinton, now the Democratic front-runner in the 2016 presidential election, had promised the federal government that the Clinton Foundation and its associated charities would name all donors annually while she was the nation’s top diplomat. She also promised that the charities would let the State Department’s ethics office review beforehand any proposed new foreign governments donations. In March, the charities confirmed to Reuters for the first time that they had not complied with those pledges for most of Clinton’s four years at the State Department.

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