The Hillary Clinton campaign is fundraising off new reporting in the Peter Schweizer book Clinton Cash.
"There's a new book out -- written by a former Republican operative with ties to a Koch-funded organization -- that uses allegations and conspiracy theories to stitch together a false narrative about Hillary without producing a single shred of evidence," writes Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta in an email to supporters.
Here's what you need to know from some of the reviews so far:
- TIME magazine says one of the book's primary accusations "is based on little evidence" with allegations "presented as questions rather than proof."
- Yahoo News points out that the author "marshals circumstantial evidence" only to find "no smoking gun."
We're only two weeks into the election and we're already up against these baseless attacks.
If we don't fight back now, we send a signal to our opponents that we'll shrivel in the face of whatever will follow.
This is an important moment in this campaign.
Podesta asks the supporters join the campaign and ask others to do so, too. And then, at the bottom of the email, is a Donate button: