It appears that following her loss of the presidential election, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton may be in for more tough times.
According to The Daily Caller, under a Trump administration, the Clinton Foundation's days may be numbered. The report states that the Clinton Foundation, following Trump's inauguration in January, could potentially be facing a massive investigation by Congress, state attorneys general, federal regulatory agencies, and possibly a probe by a special prosecutor.
The first several months of President-elect Trump's presidency may determine whether or not the Clinton Foundation will have a future, or what the Foundation's future may hold.
The investigation comes following claims that the Clintons had possibly used the foundation for personal expenses.
According to Mad World News, former U.S. Attorney Joseph DiGenova said that "there is a mountain of credible evidence that the foundation was being improperly run, had not filed appropriate filings with the IRS and state agencies. It's clearly involved in a bribery conspiracy scandal with the Department of State."
DiGenova continued, "I don't think there's any doubt that it should be shut down."
"I think we need to be concerned that between 2009 to 2013, it appears the Clinton Foundation donors were given special access to the State Department," former U.S. Attorney Matthew Whitaker said.
Little is expected to occur in the investigation until President-elect Trump takes office on January 20, 2017.