Clinton-Linked Subcontractor Used Taxpayer Money To Buy Booze And Football Tickets
Additional revelations have recently surfaced regarding International Relief and Development, the contractor that received over $1 billion in contracts and grants during Hillary Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State. As previously noted, USAID suspended IRD from receiving any additional federal work due to the organization’s “serious misconduct.”
The new allegations include taxpayer money being used for Redskins season tickets, personal travel and meals, and alcohol at company receptions and retreats.
The decision during Clinton’s tenure to send large amounts of money to IRD stands out because it had already faced allegations of waste, fraud, and gross impropriety prior to Secretary Clinton’s tenure. Despite this, the money continued to flow to IRD and now the taxpayer has to pay the price for Secretary Clinton’s failed leadership.