Will Trump let the Clintons’ rape of Haiti continue?



By Roger Stone

On February 6, 2017 the White House reported that President Trump was announcing the designation of a Presidential Delegation to the Republic of Haiti to attend the Inauguration of His Excellency Jovenel Moise on February 7, 2017 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Sounds like a joyous situation, a celebration of forward movement, a new beginning for the hurricane ravaged Haitians. It wasn’t. It was the opposite. The movement wasn’t forward, it was backward. It wasn’t a new beginning, rather a continuation of hopelessness. Why? The Clintons. “No, not them again!”

With very little main stream media covering the plight of Haiti in the last 20 years, it’s understandable that most Americans know little or nothing about the relationship between Haiti and the United States. An earthquake in 2010 was well known, not well remembered. A recent hurricane in October 2016 might have garnered some attention, but that’s not what I’m talking about. Let’s go back, just a little, just enough to refresh the reader’s memory.

After eight years of Obama and now a new unsoiled president in office, how in the world could the Clintons be involved in Haitian politics? Well, we all know the Clinton’s are masters of media and financial manipulation. Most of us by now admit to the Clintons rampant, insatiable greed. They rank right up there with the Shah of Iran, President Marcos and his wife of the Philippines, and Bernie Madoff, in America. The Clintons deserve their own episode of American Greed. Better yet, their compulsive greed is so monstrous; they deserve to have their own season!

Let’s talk about Haiti. It’s a dirt poor Island country with more than its fair share of major disasters. There was the earthquake of 2010 which practically leveled the entire country and more recently, in October 2016, a hurricane which left at least 1000 people dead and thousands more homeless without food or water. If that weren’t bad enough, the Haitian people have been continually victimized, brutalized, plundered, and robbed by a series of corrupt leaders who deal in drugs, child trafficking, fear, violence, oppression, and murder to stay in power. Haiti is absolutely the most pitiful and hopeless place to live or be born into. Yet the Haitian people are resolute and unwilling to lay down and die. They have been forced to capitulate to fraudulent election results allowing a line of corrupt presidents and the Americans who finance them, to continue to plunder the coffers so desperately needed but always just out of reach. The last “president” of Haiti and the new “president” have one undeniable link: The Clinton criminal empire.


Here in the United States, we care about countries suffering from devastation. It’s part of the American way to help countries devastated by natural disasters. An example of this altruistic behavior can be found when the United States came to the rescue during the worst famine in history. The year was 1921, the country was Russia, and the famine had so far killed 4 million people. Four million people had starved to death and millions more were going to die if someone didn’t do something to help. That’s when America shines. That’s why the world, or most of it, looks up to us as their protector. That someone was future president Herbert Hoover. Hoover had formed the American Relief Administration to help victims of starvation after World War 1. Hoover’s ARA mounted the biggest food relief program in the history of the world and for two years he kept the food coming to all parts of Russia saving millions of lives. In fact Hoover saved more lives than any other man or woman in history. That’s what the United States does. Right?

One could say that this is what the United States used to do. But so much has changed. It seems that one country’s natural disaster is another country’s financial boom. Let me put it more simply; the disasters that have reduced Haiti to rubble became the financial windfall for the Clintons. When a country is down and bleeding, when its people are faced with starvation, homelessness, destitute poverty, death, and living conditions that make a Nazi concentration camp look acceptable, that is the time my friends, to come in and control and divert most of the financial aid intended to relieve the suffering of those poor wretches. With millions upon millions of dollars donated for Haitian relief, as little as 1% made it to Haitians. This is what the Clinton’s have done and successfully I might add. Why is this important now when we no longer have Clintons in office, when we have a new president? Because the election of Jovenel Moise as president in November 2016 was the result of massive fraud and a continuation of the Clinton agenda. Jovenel Moise is the latest president supported and placed on the throne by the Clinton machine. Let’s look at some of the players in this tragedy.


Jovenel Moise- current president of Haiti elected November 2016 under rampant voter fraud, violence at the polls, and bribery. Moise is under investigation for money laundering. He’s known for friendship with criminal gangster and death squad leader Guy Phillipe, who is now under arrest on U.S. drug charges. He is handpicked by the previous president Michel Martelly.

Michel Martelly- President of Haiti from 2011 to 2016, also known as “sweet Mickey” because he was a pop star in Haiti. Martelly became president after Hillary Clinton flew down from United States and intervened in the election. In 2011, Rene Preval was the outgoing president and it was during that election that the two top candidates were deadlocked and unable to go on to the final round of voting. The two top candidates were former first Lady of Haiti Mirlande Manigat and Preval backed candidate Jude Celestin. Election results showed Manigat placing first and Celestin second. The Organization of American States (OAS) sampled ballots and placed Michel Martelly in second place. Hillary Clinton flew down and pressured President Preval to drop Celestin from the race and declare Martelly as second place candidate. What followed was a massive electoral fraud resulting in the election of Mickey Martelly, thanks to Hillary Clinton and her State Department. Martelly remained in office for 5 years without holding promised elections. (1)


Kenneth Merten- was the U.S. Ambassador to Haiti in 2011 after the earthquake that, with Secretary Hillary Clinton and Cheryl Mills, imposed puppet president, Michel Martelly, in a doctored election, and then repeated the international electoral fraud in 2015 and 2016 to put in Jovenel Moise. Obama Ambassador to Haiti, Peter Mulrean and career diplomat and Bush dynasty operative, Thomas Shannon, along with former The Apprentice star Omarosa Manigault, Trump’s White House Director of Communications, completed the Clinton delegation. These persons with past history were sent by the Trump Administration, to attend the February 7, 2017 inauguration of the fraudulently elected, accused money launderer, Jovenel Moise.

In the current fraudulent election, an exit poll published November 19 indicated that Moise really came in fourth, not first, with 6 percent of the vote, not 34 percent. On November 24, officials announced that an audit of a sample of 78 tally sheets showed fraud or irregularities in all 78. The Electoral Council did discard the 78 sheets, but refused further investigation.(2)

The history of Haiti is marked by U.S. intervention. This includes the 19-year occupation of the country by U.S. Marines in the early 20th century and the U.S.-backed coup in 2004 that overthrew Jean Bertrand Aristide, Haiti’s first democratically elected president. Haiti has been occupied by U.S.-backed U.N. soldiers for more than a decade.

The Haitian government has been further destabilized by U.S. political interference. After Jean Bertrand Aristide was re-elected President in 2000 (by 90 percent of the vote), the U.S. imposed a development assistance embargo on Haiti, holding up over $200,000,000 in aid. The U.S. government financed Haitian organizations that were working to undermine and overthrow the Haitian government. On February 29, 2004, Aristide was forcibly removed and sent to exile in Africa on a U.S. government plane. The U.S. replaced the constitutional government with an unelected prime minister flown in from Florida.The U.S. undermined Haiti’s democracy by providing political and financial support to unlawful parliamentary elections in Haiti held in April and June 2009. The 2009 elections illegally excluded several political parties, including Haiti’s largest political party, Fanmi Lavalas. (3)

What’s important here is that President Trump does not allow the continued plundering of Haiti by Clinton cronies or anyone for that matter, and not be influenced by a former The Apprentice star. Now for an in-depth guide to the Clinton rape of Haiti, we’ll start at the event which gave opportunity for crimes on a massive scale, read on.

The earthquake, a magnitude of 7.0 struck Haiti on January 12, 2010. 316,000 people were killed and another 300,000 injured with still another 1.3 million displaced and homeless. On Saturday, Jan. 16, 2010, Reuters reported Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had left Washington for Haiti, accompanied by U.S. Agency for International Development Director Rajiv Shah, on an airplane carrying relief supplies. The Reuters report noted Secretary Clinton and planned to meet with Haiti President René Préval and U.S. relief workers on their planned one-day trip to Haiti.[4] On January 16, President Barack Obama formally announced the creation of the Bush Clinton Haiti Fund stating that “George W Bush and Bill Clinton will ensure that they would head a massive relief effort that extends beyond our government because America has no greater resource than the strength and compassion of the American people.” [5] During the announcement Clinton stated, “Right now all we need to do is get food and medicine and water and a secure place for them [the people of Haiti] to be.” “But when we start the rebuilding effort, we want to do what I did with the President’s father in the tsunami area. We want to be a place where people can know their money will be well spent; where we will ensure the ongoing integrity of the process.” George W. Bush emphasized the need for the public to send money. “The most effective way for Americans to help the people of Haiti is to contribute money,” Bush said. “That money will go to organizations on the ground and will be — who will be able to effectively spend it. I know a lot of people want to send blankets or water — just send your cash. One of the things that the President and I will do is to make sure your money is spent wisely.” “ On January 18, Bill Clinton arrived in Haiti. Clinton arrived as United Nations Special Envoy to Haiti; a position to which he had been appointed in 2009, just a few weeks after his wife became Obama’s Secretary of State. [6]

On Feb. 9, 2010, one month after the earthquake, U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon asked Clinton to take on an expanded role as United Nations Special Envoy to Haiti, assuming “a leadership role in coordinating international aid efforts from emergency response to recovery and reconstruction in Haiti.”[7]

Clinton had a great deal of experience in setting up and running massive relief efforts. He and Bush’s father GHW Bush had run the 2005 Hurricane Katrina fund, the 2005 Bush Clinton Tsunami Relief Fund with GW Bush and the Bush Clinton Coastal Recovery Fund in 2008. So far, that sounds just fine, two American presidents putting their humanitarian efforts on the line for the people of Haiti. I mean the United States of America is promising to make it all better. Not just the people of America, but two former presidents are personally promising to use their power and contacts to save and rebuild the poor and destitute Haitians. What could possibly go wrong?

Ten weeks after the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund was launched, both Clinton and Bush visited Haiti where they toured a tent city in a park opposite the Presidential Palace that housed some 60,000 destitute Haitians. What they encountered were protesters dissatisfied with the pace of the relief effort. Both NBC and the BBC reported that at the time of their visit, the Fund had collected $37 million from 200,000 donors. It was noted by the BBC that it would take roughly $11.5 billion to rebuild the country. [8] The Fund had collected $37 million and ten weeks later the money was not forthcoming.

The nations at United Nations pledged billions of dollars of aid to Haiti. Sounds good but it doesn’t mean that all those pledges were fulfilled. The U.S. State Department said we were sending more than a billion dollars to Haiti. That doesn’t mean that we deposited that money into a bank account in Haiti. In fact most of that money ended up in the hands of foreign corporations commissioned to undertake long term development projects controlled in part by Bill Clinton. Bill Quigley, an associate legal director at the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti, and his co-author Amber Ramanauskas, a lawyer and a human rights researcher writing an article entitled “Haiti: Where Is the Money?” published by Haiti Action on Jan. 4, 2012, estimated that international donors had given Haiti some $2 billion in relief aid by that time.[9] “But two years later, over half a million people remain homeless in hundreds of informal camps, a majority of the tons of debris from destroyed buildings still lays where it fell, and cholera, a preventable disease, was introduced into the country and is now an epidemic killing thousands and sickening hundreds of thousands more,” they note. “Haiti today looks like the earthquake happened two months ago, not two years.” “Only 1 percent of the money went to the Haitian government,” they note. “Likewise extremely little went to Haitian companies or Haitian non-governmental organizations. Haitians, by and large, were not even consulted about the relief efforts.” Quigley and Ramanauskas found most of the money that was spent went to outside governments, international aid agencies, and big well-connected non-governmental organizations. Some went to for profit companies whose business centers around disasters.

A report by the Washington-based Center for Economic and Policy Research completed in April 2013 showed that less than 1 percent of the more than $1.3 billion provided by USAID to Haiti was awarded directly to the Haitian government or to Haitian governments or organizations. Instead, USAID awarded more money to one Washington-based for-profit corporation, Chemonics International Inc., than to the entire Haitian government since the earthquake.[10] This report further noted that an Office of the Inspector General audit of the Haiti Recovery Initiative launched by Chemonics, the largest single recipient of post-earthquake funds from USAID was “not on track” to meet program objectives, with the program at risk because a lack of community involvement failed to ensure sustainability. One of the projects Chemonics left unfinished was the $2 million reconstruction of a temporary parliament building for the Haitian government.[11]

Chemonics is part of the Council for International Development Companies that hires the Podesta Group, a Washington-based lobbying firm founded by John Podesta, the Democratic Party operative that heads Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign. Despite its poor record in Haiti, Chemonics went on to win in February 2011, while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state, an $88.5 million USAID-funded contract to boost employment in Afghanistan that by September 2013, resulted in just 2,458 jobs, instead of the 300,000 jobs specified in the contract.[12]

Refugees International had called the United Nations-led humanitarian efforts at earthquake relief and recovery in Haiti “paralyzed,” finding “appalling” conditions Haitians were finding in the makeshift camps amid the rubble of Port-Au-Prince, “despite the billions of dollars pledged for earthquake relief.” In an article by freelance writer Ansel Herz, the Clinton-Bush Haiti Fund, inaugurated by President Obama with both former Presidents at his side, was still running Web advertisements that say ‘100% of donations go directly to relief efforts. “That’s a cruel lie, considering the quake victims living in flood zones under withered plastic tarps. Only 8% of its $50 million had been spent by this summer, according to The Chronicle of Philanthropy.” Herz did not stop there. “The fund’s website now talks about supporting long-term programs to develop Haiti’s business class,” he continued. “The Interim Haiti Recovery Commission has approved only one water project: $200 million to expand the public water supply in Port-Au-Prince.

One would think that since Clinton had been appointed United Nations Special Envoy to Haiti, co-chair of the Interim Haiti Recovery Commission as well as teaming up with former president Bush in the Bush-Clinton Haiti Fund would be enough to ensure that money was going to immediate relief of the Haitian people. Clinton made sure that his and Hillary’s Clinton Foundation had a stake in this multi-million dollar scam. The Clinton Global Initiative annual meeting in September 2010, some eight months after the earthquake, conveniently opened the backdoor to the continued involvement of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, whose top aid, Cheryl Mills, was head of the State Department’s Haiti relief effort. The arrangement conveniently invited Secretary Clinton to keep in touch with Clinton Foundation top officials via her private email server, informing them of key Haiti developments that might represent profitable business opportunities that would help redevelop Haiti, as well as build to the Clinton family fortune, provided the State Department, the Clinton Foundation, the Bush Clinton Haiti Fund and the IHRC worked together in economic development harmony. In direct opposition to the facts, Clinton bragged during the panel discussion. “Working together alongside the Interim Haiti Reconstruction Commission, CGI members are delivering measurable results in housing, clean energy, infrastructure, health care, and education, among other important sectors, to give the Haitian people the tools to create a better future for their nation.”[13] This couldn’t have been farther from the truth. Hillary, with Bill as her front man had engineered this most fraudulent situation.

On Jan. 6, 2012, Stephanie Strom reported in the New York Times on a visit to Haiti by Irish billionaire Denis O’Brien, the owner of Digicel, a telecom operator providing mobile phone incorporated in Bermuda that services Haiti as one of its 33 markets across the Caribbean, Central America, and South Pacific.[14] O’Brien was in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti, to open the 50th school that Digicel had rebuilt since the earthquake struck in 2010, and to pledge that Digicel would build another 80 schools by 2014.” On Aug. 25, 2010, USAID announced the first school built under “an innovative public-private partnership was opened by Digicel Foundation and USAID as the École Louis de Borno in Léogâne, the town which was epicenter of the earthquake.[15] The school planned to welcome 600 primary students when the school year began on Oct. 4, 2010.

“The school is the first of 50 planned by the Digicel Foundation, providing permanent and transitional schools for up to 30,000 children, at two school shifts per day,” the USAID press release read. “Under the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) partnership, some of these schools will be constructed with US military shipping containers which are being converted into school campuses to replace those destroyed in the earthquake.” The press release continued to explain USAID procured about 100 shipping containers that had been used as part of the Joint Task Force-Haiti’s humanitarian mission in the aftermath of the earthquake. The school in Léogâne will also receive a generous donation of classroom and reference books from the U.S. Embassy in Haiti’s Public Affairs Section. To get a measure of the need, consider that immediately after the earthquake, 4,800 schools in Haiti were damaged or destroyed. [16]

But where Digicel really made its money was in a wireless mobile phone money-transfer system for Haiti. The Clintons began promoting it in the wake of the earthquake, with the idea to enable friends and relatives in the United States to send money directly to people in earthquake-ravaged Haiti. [17] As investigative reporter Peter Schweizer noted in his 2015 book Clinton Cash, Digicel was the big winner with its TchoTcho Mobile system, with “TchoTcho” meaning “pocket money” in Creole. “The USAID Food for Peace program, under the direct control of the State Department through Cheryl Mills, chose the TchoTcho system for its money transfers,” Schweizer noted. “Haitians were given cell phones and a free TchoTcho account. When Haitians used the system, they paid O’Brien’s company millions in fees. They also became users of O’Brien’s TchoTcho system.” Schweizer commented that by 2012, Digicel had 77 percent of the Haitian mobile phone market, “a rise fueled in part by the fact that it was a digital bank supplier.” From April 2011 to March 2012, Schweizer noted, Digicel’s revenues increased by 14 percent and its subscriber base by 27 percent. By September 2012, Haiti overtook Jamaica as Digicel’s most profitable market and O’Brien granted himself $300 million in dividends from the company. [18] Digicel has contributed between $25,000 and $50,000 to the Clinton Foundation, and its owner, the Irish billionaire Denis O’Brien, has donated between $5 million and $10 million. Denis O’Brien arranged for Bill Clinton at least three lucrative speeches in Ireland, for which Clinton was paid $200,000 apiece, plus a speech in Jamaica for which Clinton was paid slightly more, $225,000.[19]

The Clinton’s also engaged in the luxury hotel business in impoverished Haiti. Among the State Department emails involving Hillary Clinton’s private email servers that have become public was one set by Richard L. Friedman, a Clinton Foundation donor and Boston hotel developer who reached out to Cheryl Mills, Secretary Clinton’s chief of staff, in an email dated May 17, 2011, discussing the Marriott project in Haiti. “We had a good meeting with Jean-Louis, Marriott executives, [the Overseas Private Investment Corporation], etc regarding building hotels in Haiti—I am pursuing this vigorously and hope to be able to develop 2 to 3 hotels with Marriott as manager,” wrote Friedman, as reported by Alana Goodman in the Washington Free Beacon on Oct. 19, 2005. “I am talking with Commerce and Export/Import Bank today.”[20]

Washington Post reporters David A. Fahrenthold, Tom Hamburger, and Rosalind S. Helderman were also onto the connections between donating to the Clinton Foundation and being involved in the Marriott hotel project in Haiti. “And in Haiti, the Clinton Foundation’s point man was Denis O’Brien, an Irish billionaire, who led a network of businesses and charities in donating to the earthquake-ravaged network,” the Washington Post reporters wrote in an article entitled “The inside story of how the Clintons built a $2 billion global empire,” published on June 2, 2015. “After Clinton introduced O’Brien to Marriott, another foundation donor, the company joined O’Brien to build a hotel near the headquarters of O’Brien’s company in Port-Au-Prince.” [21] For O’Brien, being a friend of Clinton has proved profitable, with Institutional Investor reporting in 2014 that he paid himself a $650 million dividend on his 94 percent stake in Digicel, padding a fortune that Forbes estimates at $5.6 billion, making him “Ireland’s richest son,” even though O’Brien declares his residence in Malta to avoid paying taxes in his home country. [22]

On Dec. 11, 2014, the World Bank reported that while the percentage of people living in extreme poverty in Haiti, as defined by living on one dollar or less a day, dropped from 31 percent to 24 percent at the national level between 2000 and 2012, most of the improvement was in Port-Au-Prince where extreme poverty had dropped from 20 percent to 5 percent. Despite this, the World Bank reported a high degree of vulnerability threatens these improvements, as 2.5 million Haitians are unable to cover their basic food needs, while one million are in danger of falling into poverty. The World Bank further reported that Haiti continues to exhibit dramatic income inequality, with the richest 20 percent of households earning 64 percent of the country’s total income, while the poorest 20 percent earn just 1 percent. “Seeing that foreign aid is starting to slow down after an exceptionally high period following the disaster, social indicators could be easily reversed if efforts stops and if growth does not resume,” the World Bank report concluded.[23]

“In the aftermath of the January 2010 earthquake, people in the US, Canada and the EU, who made donations to those humanitarian organizations and NGOs did not realize that their contribution to Haiti’s reconstruction would be channeled towards the building of five star hotels to house foreign businessmen,” Julie Lévesque wrote in Global Research in 2012.[24] “Their expectation was that the money would be used to provide food and housing for the Haitian people.” The sad reality is that in the aftermath of the earthquake in 2010, Bill and Hillary Clinton arrived, followed by Cheryl Mills who assumed the responsibility for the USAID money to be spent in Haiti. Coming with the Clintons was George W. Bush. Wherever the Clintons were, movies stars and other celebrities tagged along, in what for a few hours turned out to be an international photo opportunity. When played in the developed world’s mass media, millions of average citizens opened their pocketbooks, thinking the money they donated would help ease the misery of the Haitian earthquake victims. “While, Haiti was lacking in hotel rooms in the wake of the earthquake and job creation is a key to poverty reduction, a majority of the population still live in makeshift shelters of cardboard, scrap metal and old bed sheets. People struggle to have water to drink and food on their table — and in many cases they do not have a table,” Lévesque continued writing in her 2012 piece. “Meanwhile, the construction of luxury hotels for foreigners is a number one priority, in comparison to ‘housing for the locals.’”

NBC News reported that of the 1.5 million Haitians that were in camps in 2010, the vast majorities have been moved, but many are not yet in permanent housing. “At least 200,000 people are in new hillside slums, known as Canaan-Jerusalem, where there are wooden and tin homes, but no running water, electricity or sanitation yet,” NBC News reported on Jan. 12, 2015. [25] Add to that the sad reality that five years after the earthquake, nearly 80,000 Haitians remain in camps, displaced from their homes, yet to be relocated even if only to a Canaan-Jerusalem slum. The rip-off of Haiti, the scum bags that have abused the privilege given them and the lack of mainstream reporting have all led to one of the most wide open cases of embezzlement in modern times. Will President Trump turn a blind eye to Haiti’s past and current situation? Will he realize that he has insulted the Haitian people by acknowledging the fraudulently elected leader Jovenel Moise? Time will tell, but does Haiti have the time to do something to right this horrible situation? Will President Trump keep his word and bring real help to the Haitian people? I pray he does.

Special thanks to Jerome Corsi for his invaluable chapter found in PARTNERS IN CRIME

[1] http://www.csmonitor.com/World/Americas/2011/0131/Hillary-Clinton-presses-

[2] http://haitianhollywood.com/news/3075-is-president-michel-martelly-a-puppet-to-the-clintons.html.

[3] http://thehill.com/blogs/congress-blog/foreign-policy/256679-haiti-us-interference-wins-elections
[4] “Clinton heads to Haiti with relief supplies,” Reuters, Jan. 16, 2010, http://www.reuters.com/article/us-quake-haiti-clinton-idUSTRE60E5NA20100116.

[5] “Remarks by President Obama, Former President Bill Clinton, and Former President George W. Bush on the Recovery and Rebuilding Effort in Haiti,” White House transcript, White House.gov, Jan. 16, 2010, https://www.whitehouse.gov/photos-and-video/video/presidents-obama-bush-clinton-help-haiti#transcript .

[6] “Former U.S. President Clinton appointed U.N. special envoy for Haiti,” United Nations News Center, May 19, 2009, UN. org, http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=30843#.Vnh37ITT_XE.

[7] Office of the Spokesman, U.S. Department of State, “Former President Clinton’s Role in Haiti,” State.gov, Feb. 9, 2010, http://www.state.gov/r/pa/prs/ps/2010/02/136593.htm.

[8] “Bush and Clinton visit Haiti in fund-raising effort,” BBC News, March 22, 2010, http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/8580641.stm.

[9] Bill Quigley and Amber Ramanauskas, “Haiti: Where is the Money,” HaitiAction.net, Jan. 4, 2012, http://www.haitiaction.net/News/BQ/1_4_12/1_4_12.html.

[10] Jake Johnston, “Outsourcing Haiti,” Boston Review, Jan. 16, 2014, http://bostonreview.net/world/jake-johnston-haiti-earthquake-aid-caracol. See also: Jake Johnston and Alexander Main, “Breaking Open the Black Box: Increasing Aid Transparency and Accountability in Haiti,” Center for Economic and Policy Research, Washington, D.C., April 2013, http://cepr.net/documents/publications/haiti-aid-accountability-2013-04.pdf.

[11] Kevin Edmonds, “The People vs. The Pirates: Controversy Abounds in Haitian Reconstruction Investigations,” NACLA.org, April 5, 2012, https://nacla.org/blog/2012/4/5/people-vs-pirates-controversy-abounds-haitian-reconstruction-investigations.

[12] Sarah Westwood, “Failed Afghan project highlights Clinton’s contractor ties,” Washington Examiner, June 26, 2015, http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/failed-afghan-project-highlights-clintons-contractor-ties/article/2567076.

[13] Panel Discussion Summary and Partial Transcript, “Special Session: The Recovery in Haiti, Thursday, Sept. 23, 2010,” Clinton Global Initiative 2010 Annual Meeting, New York City, ClintonGlobalInitiative.org, http://www.clintonglobalinitiative.org/ourmeetings/2010/pdf/session_summaries/Thurs_Haiti%20Summary.pdf.

[14] Stephanie Strom, “A Billionaire Lends Haiti a Hand,” New York Times, Jan. 6, 2012, http://www.nytimes.com/2012/01/07/business/digicels-denis-obrien-helps-rebuild-haiti.html.

[15] Janice Laurente, “USAID Provides New Schools to Earthquake Affected Communities in Haiti,” Blog.USAID.gov, Sept. 10, 2010, https://blog.usaid.gov/2010/09/usaid-provides-new-schools-to-earthquake-affected-communities-in-haiti/ .

[16] Janice Laurente, “USAID Provides New Schools to Earthquake Affected Communities in Haiti,” Blog.USAID.gov, Sept. 10, 2010, https://blog.usaid.gov/2010/09/usaid-provides-new-schools-to-earthquake-affected-communities-in-haiti/.

[17] Janice Laurente, “USAID Provides New Schools to Earthquake Affected Communities in Haiti,” Blog.USAID.gov, Sept. 10, 2010, https://blog.usaid.gov/2010/09/usaid-provides-new-schools-to-earthquake-affected-communities-in-haiti/.

[18] Peter Schweizer, Clinton Cash, op.cit., page 166 -167.

[19] Peter Schweizer, Clinton Cash, op.cit., pages 167-168.

[20] Alana Goodman, “Emails: Clinton Foundation Donor Lobbied State Department for Haiti Hotels,” Washington Free Beacon, Oct. 19, 2015, http://freebeacon.com/issues/emails-clinton-foundation-donor-lobbied-state-department-for-haiti-hotels/ .

[21] David A. Fahrenthold, Tom Hamburger, and Rosalind S. Helderman, “The inside story of how the Clintons built a $2 billion global empire,” Washington Post, June 2, 2015, https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/the-inside-story-of-how-the-clintons-built-a-2-billion-global-empire/2015/06/02/b6eab638-0957-11e5-a7ad-b430fc1d3f5c_story.html.

[22] Tom Buerkle, “For Digicel’s Denis O’Brien, Mobile + Philanthropy = Real Wealth,” Institutional Investor, July 23, 2014, http://www.institutionalinvestor.com/article/3364217/banking-and-capital-markets-corporations/for-digicels-denis-obrien-mobile-+-philanthropy-=-real-wealth.html#/.VUu1VtNViko .

[23] “Extreme poverty drops in Haiti. Is it sustainable?” World Bank, Dec. 11, 2014, http://www.worldbank.org/en/news/feature/2014/12/11/haiti-the-day-that-the-news-were-good.

[24] Julie Lévesque, “Haiti: Humanitarian Aid for Earthquake Victims Used to Build Five Star Hotels,” Global Research, June 28, 2012, http://www.globalresearch.ca/haiti-humanitarian-aid-for-earthquake-victims-used-to-build-five-star-hotels/31646 .

[25] Tracy Connor, Hannah Rappleye, and Erika Angulo, “What Does Haiti Have to Show for $13 Billion in Earthquake Aid?” NBC News, Jan. 12, 2015, http://www.nbcnews.com/news/investigations/what-does-haiti-have-show-13-billion-earthquake-aid-n281661.

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