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Richard Davis, a former assistant Watergate special prosecutor who worked in the Carter administration, wrote an op-ed for CNN arguing that the Clinton Foundation’s suspicious business practices should rightfully be placed in the spotlight as Hillary Clinton seeks the Democratic presidential nomination.
Clinton cannot avoid having to respond to questions about foundation activities and speaking fees while she was secretary of state. History cannot be rewritten. She can, however, meaningfully address this controversy by announcing now that if she becomes President the foundation will not do business with the United States government, and that neither the foundation nor her husband will accept fees or contributions either from foreign entities or from those doing business or seeking to do business with the government.
Embattled comedian Bill Cosby appeared in a suburban Philadelphia courtroom and was ordered to surrender his passport after posting $10,000 in cash of a $1 million bond.
Montgomery County District Attorney's Office had announced earlier it had filed an aggravated indecent assault charge against Cosby stemming from an alleged 2004 incident involving a former Temple University employee.