Saturday, September 17, 2016

Clinton Foundation to Throw Birthday Bash for Bill in Manhattan

The Clinton Foundation is going ahead with plans for a big fundraiser Friday celebrating former president Bill Clinton’s 70th birthday at Manhattan’s Rainbow Room on Friday, featuring performances by Jon Bon Jovi, Barbara Streisand and other stars.

Clinton turned 70 on August 19.

Politico’s Ken Vogel describes the event as “one last glitzy fundraising bash” before Hillary Clinton wins the November election and takes office, after which the Clintons’ ties to the foundation are in doubt. He adds:

The fundraiser is being held at the Rainbow Room, a fine-dining restaurant on the 65th floor of a Manhattan skyscraper. Plans called for performances by Wynton Marsalis, Jon Bon Jovi and Barbra Streisand, according to people briefed on the planning. They said that major donors are being asked to give $250,000 to be listed as a chair for the party, $100,000 to be listed a co-chair and $50,000 to be listed as a vice-chair.



Anonymous said...

anyone got an airplane?

Anonymous said...

Didn't this happen last night.

"Clinton turned 70 on August 19."
Strange - today is the 17th so he ain't
"turned" yet.

Anonymous said...

He would rather have a room full of hookers.

Anonymous said...

They own everyone and everything. More off shore accounts them people living on the eastern shore.