Top Executives Ditch Clinton’s Laureate Education Company


Top executives at a company with ties to former President Bill Clinton called Laureate Education are leaving the firm only months after they launched its IPO, The Daily Caller News Foundation Investigative Group has learned.

The Baltimore-based company became an issue during the 2016 presidential election campaign when the public learned it paid Clinton nearly $18 million over a period of five years to serve as a consultant and “honorary chancellor.” The firm also faced accusations it operated as a “pay-to-play” company by donating between $1 to $5 million to the Clinton Foundation while receiving hundreds of millions of dollars in government funds.

But the latest problem for Laureate appears to be the exodus of its top executives only months after the company went public Feb. 1. To date, Laureate’s founder and chief executive officer, chief operating officer, general counsel and its chief human resources officer have resigned or announced their resignation.  MORE

10 Comments on Top Executives Ditch Clinton’s Laureate Education Company

  1. Maybe it’s time that Trump went directly to the people and gave the reasons why he has fired Sessions and replaced him with an honest AG. He can explain that he needs their support to pressure their representatives (both Republican and Democrat) to support his efforts to clean up government lest the people put their representative in a nomination fight. He could appeal to the Libertarian voters to give the new Republicans a chance. Too many Democrats are running around loose even though the smoke that is billowing out from them would drive and EPA agent crazy and it seems nobody is interested in investigating anything but non-existant Russian influence in the last election.

  2. As soon as Baltimore and Clinton
    were put in the same story I
    knew that large amounts of
    “incredibly disappearing cash”
    would be involved.

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