Protesters gathered outside the Clinton Foundation in New York City to complain about "missing money" from the Haiti recovery effort from the 2010 earthquake:
"New Yorkers with roots in Haiti say the picture [of the Haiti recovery] isn't so rosy," said the NY1 anchor.
The protesters claimed that the $10 billion meant to help rebuild Haiti did little to help the country after the devastating quake. And that much of the money went to non-Haitian companies.
"[I]n Harlem, people raised their voices to call attention to the missing money," said the local New York City reporter. "This protest outside the offices of the Clinton Foundation, which helped lead the reconstruction fund."
Said one proteser, “These people, they are still living in very difficult conditions, still living under tents, while Bill Clinton and his cronies--they waste this money."
As secretary of state, Hillary Clinton devoted much of her time in 2010 to the Haiti recovery.
Daniel Halper is author of Clinton, Inc.: The Audacious Rebuilding of a Political Machine.