"In 2014 the whole increased to 129 million, and last year gave Norway record $174 million. This year cut the support with over four-fifths. Next year it is only allocated 23 million dollars, a decline of 87 percent since the scant top year," read the headline in Aftenposten, a Norwegian publication.
It's just a coincidence, Aftenposten reported.
Norway has been one of the countries that have given the most to the Clinton Foundation, but countries such as Saudi Arabia have been an even bigger contributor.
Earlier in the year claimed Stephen Gillers, law professor at New York University and one of America's leading experts in the field of legal ethics, that Norway this way tried to buy political influence.
The Norwegian and other large donor support will be seen as a measure to buy influence. It has nothing to do with whether it buying influence was the subject. What I'm worried about here is people's perception that the US Governments ' decision can be made in Norway's favor, because of Norway's generosity, said Gillers told Aftenposten.
He got the support of Craig Holman, Public Citizen Foundation that drives campaigns for increased transparency of financial bonds in American politics.
"It this case is really all about, is foreign Governments buying access to and maybe get benefits from a former foreign minister and a likely future president," he said before Hillary Clinton lost the presidential election.
This was rejected by the FOREIGN MINISTRY.Nothing to see.
The Norwegian press is as trustworthy as the American press.
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