“If she is successful and we get the nomination — which we’re fighting for every vote for — and she’s elected president, then we’ll put in an appropriate separation,” Podesta said Sunday.
Podesta also noted that Clinton resigned from the board of the Clinton Foundation — shortly after announcing her presidential campaign in April.
“I think if there are concerns, we would be happy to address those at an appropriate time. But right now, she’s separated from the foundation,” Podesta said. “I think that, as she did as secretary of state, she’ll put in place anything that’s appropriate to make sure that the work of the foundation, which has been excellent across the country and across the world, can continue, but without any question about undue influence.”
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