WASHINGTON D.C. — A new report shows how Bill Clinton has been using tax money to support his foundation, the Clinton Foundation.
An investigation by Politico found that Clinton has been getting money from the Former President's Act. The act allows federal money to be spent on pensions, staffing and travel expenses for ex-Presidents.
When it was passed in 1958, it was meant to keep former presidents from going broke. Records show Clinton requested $16 million since leaving the White House, the most of any former president.