For a complete list of inappropriate associations by the Clintons, check out The Clinton Crime Library
President Clinton’s longtime friend and a Democratic fund-raiser, Yah Lin “Charlie” Trie was at the center of the 1996 campaign finance controversy and eventually plead guilty to two charges in his Arkansas trial (May 21, 1999).
Wang Jun, chairman of CITIC, the chief investment arm of the PRC, and Poly Technologies (a “front company for the PRC military”) met with Bill Clinton met while The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms and the Customs Service were wrapping up an investigation which caught Wang’s company smuggling at least $4 million worth of 2,000 illegal AK-47 assault weapons destined for gang members in California.
More recently, Mack Turi sold arms, which are now in Syria and Iraq – and these might get us involved in yet another war.
And, of course, there is the extensive list of countries, who donated to the Clinton Foundation and subsequently were given weapons deals: