Clinton-linked firm touted ability to ‘secure’ funds from Irish charity

American Ireland Fund rejects claim that former trustee could direct charity’s money

Teneo cofounder Declan Kelly (second from left) with Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton: details of  firm’s connections with the Clintons were revealed in emails leaked by Wikileaks

Teneo cofounder Declan Kelly (second from left) with Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton: details of firm’s connections with the Clintons were revealed in emails leaked by Wikileaks

Teneo, the New York consultancy firm cofounded by Irish executive Declan Kelly, promoted his ability to “secure” money from the American Ireland Fund (AIF) for the Clinton Foundation, it has been claimed in a leaked email.

Details of the consultancy firm’s connections with the Clintons were revealed in a memo that surfaced in the latest tranche of leaked emails belonging to John Podesta, campaign chairman for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton that appeared on the anti-secrecy website, Wikileaks.

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