Hillary Clinton has defended the Clinton Foundation against allegations that it was a front for a "pay to play" scheme while she was secretary of state. Scott Eisen/AP hide caption

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'Saving Lives' Or 'Selling Access'? Explaining The Clinton Foundation

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Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton takes the stage at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia Wednesday night following President Obama's speech. Bill Clark/CQ-Roll Call Group via Getty Images hide caption

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Former President Clinton defended Hillary Clinton's career during his speech at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday, the night she formally became the party's presidential nominee. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Hillary Clinton addresses the U.S. Conference of Mayors on June 26. Clinton discussed her vision for American cities, but issues like that have been overshadowed by her email scandal. Aaron P. Bernstein/Getty Images hide caption

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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton greets her husband, former president Bill Clinton, during a presidential primary election night rally on June 7 in New York. Julie Jacobson/AP hide caption

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Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch speaks at a June 22 news conference in Washington. Allison Shelley/Getty Images hide caption

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Attorney General Loretta Lynch, Bill Clinton Met Amid Email Investigation

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Shiman Shan (left) and Brenda Nguyen canvassed voters for the Bernie Sanders campaign in a New York City neighborhood with a growing Chinese-American community. Hansi Lo Wang/NPR hide caption

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In Close Race, 'Unprecedented' Push For Asian-American Voters Comes To N.Y.

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President Bill Clinton speaks about his crime bill to police officers at the Justice Department in April 1994. This week, Clinton defended the measure, which has been criticized by Black Lives Matter protesters. Joshua Roberts/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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