Here the great one states:
Talking in general terms at the Clinton Global Initiative, Ms Clinton insisted: "There are rich people everywhere and yet they do not contribute to the growth of their own countries.
"They don't invest in public schools, in public hospitals, in other kinds of development internally," she told the aid foundation set up by her husband, former Democratic president Bill Clinton.Interestingly enough, if you go to Clinton's Foundation, not a single contributor of $500,000 or more is named Clinton. Bill Gates (speak of the devil) gave $25 million.
Now, maybe the Clinton's own contributions are less tangible or simply not included. According to tax returns on record for Hillary and Bill, a interesting pattern is shown. When they aren't in office or running for office, their charitable contributions go way down. When they are in office, they go up considerably.
Kind of like the rich man at the Temple ostentatiously expressing his generosity when everyone's looking, but more like the Widow's Mite when not in the public eye.