Scandal? Go directly to Haiti. 

Somehow, I missed this over the weekend, but NRO’s Jim Geraghty is all over it:

Back in January, when Haiti was enduring the immediate crisis of the earthquake, former president Bill Clinton – i.e., the United Nations’ special envoy to Haiti – took time to head up to Massachusetts and appear at a rally for Martha Coakley; he told NRO’s Bob Costa that the aims of helping Coakley and helping Haiti were not mutually exclusive.

Now that everyone has questions about his role in the job offer to Sestak, Bill Clinton is off to Haiti and the Dominican Republic.

The name “John Edwards” comes to mind.

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