Hillary Clinton this week showed the mainstream media that even they are not immune from her wrath.
According to BizPacReview, Hillary's campaign tried to get the Associated Press to delete or alter the attention-grabbing tweet they published ahead of their stunning investigative report exposing a possible "pay-to-play" scandal involving Secretary of State Hillary and her Clinton Foundation charity.
According to a report just released by the AP, more than half of the people outside the federal government who met with Hillary Clinton during her four years as U.S. secretary of state ended up giving money to the Clinton Foundation. The amount given to the Clinton Foundation by each of those 85 donors often exceeded $100,000 and, in some cases, over $1 million. The total amount they gave was $156 million.
Among those donors were high-level executives who had asked Clinton for help at one time or another.
"The meetings between the Democratic presidential nominee and foundation donors do not appear to violate legal agreements Clinton and former president Bill Clinton signed before she joined the State Department in 2009," the Associated Press had made clear, "But the frequency of the overlaps shows the intermingling of access and donations, and fuels perceptions that giving the foundation money was a price of admission for face time with Clinton."
The tweet the AP published read: "BREAKING: AP Analysis: More than half of those who met Clinton as Cabinet secretary gave money to Clinton Foundation."
Hillary's campaign shot back with spokesman Brian Fallon saying, “We have formally requested that AP remove or amend this tweet. They apparently considered it, but officially decided to let it stand."