For years, the Clintons sold access to Hillary Clinton while she was Secretary of State through the Clinton Foundation.
Millions poured in on the assumption Hillary Clinton would be President in 2017.
That all changed when she lost the election and the Clintons had to deal with consequences they never saw coming.
In 2015, donations to the Foundation plunged 37 percent with the black cloud of a pay-to-play investigation and poor grades from charity watchdogs.
That trend continued post-election as the government of Australia canceled all partnerships with the Clinton Foundation that had cost Australian taxpayers $88 million over 10 years.
Norway also slashed its donations from $20 million to $4.2 million.
With the Clintons’ political career ending with a humiliating defeat in the Presidential election, some observers contend foreign governments are pulling their donations because there is no more access to purchase.