Clintons fess up to up to $26 MILLION more in speaking fees; ‘How much corruption will it take?’

The millions of unreported income for the Clinton family “charity” keep piling up.

The Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation on Thursday published a list of previously undisclosed speaking fees collected by the former president, the former secretary of state and the former NBC no-show reporter that amounts to up to $26 million, according to the Daily Caller.

Former President Bill Clinton brought in the most money for the foundation, netting between $500,000 and $1 million for three speeches for a South Korean company named Hanwha, an Irish scholarship and a Nigerian newspaper, the Daily Caller reported.

According to the Daily Caller Hanwha has a checkered history that includes the company chairman, Seung Youn Kim, being jailed at one point for violating Korean finance laws.

Of course, violating finance laws and rules is something that probably doesn’t bother the Clintons.

The list published Thursday includes speeches given that garnered $250,000 and $500,000 each for companies like for Qatar First Investment Bank, and Beijing Huaduo Enterprise Consulting Company — for whom the former president spoke — and Hillary’s appearance for Citibank and Carlyle Investment Management, according to the Daily Caller.

Why anyone is paying Chelsea Clinton to speak about anything remains a mystery. Another mystery is posed by one Twitter user: How much corruption will it take to dethrone the Democrat diva anyway?

The Twitterverse blasted the Clinton’s for this latest snafu.

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Carmine Sabia

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