Now, the questions will start and investigative reporters have a job to do. A reader writes:

Whatever you think about candidates' self-funding, this has always been done with funds generated in a  business career (Romney), or through marriage/inheritance. The Clintons' case is so different -- their wealth is derived in large part from those seeking access and proximity to power, and they know that whatever the outcome of this race, she will still be a Senator and he will still be an ex-President, so the sale can go on.

It is not comparable to the Romney situation, and it's kinda sleazy, and certainly unprecedented.

Kinda sleazy? The Clintons?

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