The Davos set will convene in New York next month for the Clinton Global Initiative, a program of the Clintons' shady international nonprofit.
The guests, a who's who of globalist hacks, will meet to discuss their agenda - such as "climate change, health care issues, gender-based violence, [and] the war in Ukraine."
The sponsors of next month's event include Pfizer, JetBlue, Cisco, and World Bank president Ajay Banga.
The guest list also includes Hollywood celebrities like Orlando Bloom, Matt Damon, and Ashley Judd, Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky, and Democrats such as Biden's Education Secretary Miguel Cardona, and governors Kathy Hochul (Ny.), J.B. Pritzker (Il.), Maura Helaey (Ma.), and Wes Moore (Md.).
The Clinton Foundation is a hub in the sleazy world of progressive non-profits - where vapid idealism blends seamlessly with corporate lobbying.
On its website, the CGI says it "convenes global and emerging leaders to create and implement solutions to the world’s most pressing challenges," with top issues including climate change and "health equity."
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) August 21, 2023
The Clintons are promoting next months' event with more of the same corporate-progressive jargon about making the world a better place - billing the event as a gathering of "leaders, innovators, and dreamers."
“Every day, billions of people around the world, even in the face of the most dire circumstances, make a profound decision to choose hope and keep going,” Bill Clinton told The Associated Press.
“At CGI, we’re focusing on how to move forward in the face of daunting challenges—to act now, find new partners, and stick with it to make a positive difference in people’s lives," he continued.
The Clintons have long been accused of profiting off their foundation by illegally selling government access, including to foreign donors.
The foundation became an issue during Clinton's failed run for the presidency in 2016, and the Clintons closed the Clinton Global Initiative that year.
The return of the Clinton Global Initiative last year was graced by a speech from Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky - who has received, courtesy of President Biden, billions of dollars from American taxpayers for the war against Russia, or what liberals have described as a war for "democracy."
The Biden family's financial ties to Ukraine have raised questions about conflicts of interest.