The Clinton charitable ventures had a "not for profit" legal and tax status, which requires avoidance of personal enrichment.
In reality, the Clintons earned over $250 million of personal income since leaving the White House 'dead broke" in January 2001, through 2015 -- mainly from organizations who also donated money their "charities".
Both Clintons should be in prison for charity fraud.
Their main sources of income were short, very well paid speeches to Clinton Foundation contributors, and consulting/public relations work for Clinton Foundation contributors.
Doug Band was the Director of the Clinton Global initiative and an employee of consulting firm Teneo, which is closely linked to the Clinton Global Initiative and Clinton Foundation.
In hacked emails, Band confirmed illegal activities conducted by Bill Clinton, and how he used his foundation mainly to expand his own net worth, trading political access to his wife, and other favors, in exchange for a huge amount of cash for a short speech.
Band's feud with Chelsea Clinton started when she claimed he was misusing the Clinton name to enrich himself through Teneo.
Then Band fired back by accusing Chelsea Clinton of using Foundation money to pay for her wedding and more:
"The investigation into her (Chelsea) getting paid for campaigning, using foundation resources for her wedding and life for a decade, taxes on money from her parents ... I hope that you will speak to her and end this"
Band also claimed Chelsea's husband Marc Mezvinsky abused the Clinton Foundation's influence, and his wife's family name, to help him find cash for his hedge fund Eaglevale:
"Marc mez[vinsky] had an idea to put together a poker night for the foundation to raise money.
His raising money for his own fund hasn't been going well and he has cvc [Chelsea Clinton] making some calls for him to get mtgs with some clinton people."