Editorial counterpoint: What we lose if we lose the Clinton Foundation
Costa Kiggundu came to mind when I read the Star Tribune’s Aug. 28 editorial (“Shut down the Clinton Foundation”).
She is a woman I interviewed in 2008 in a gritty slum of Kampala, Uganda. As I always do when people in other countries grant interviews, I began our meeting by saying: “I plan to ask you many questions, so it’s only fair for you to do the same. Is there anything you would like to ask me?”
Over the years, no interviewee has turned down that offer. Do I have children? Do I like their country? What is my favorite food? How old am I?