WASHINGTON — Hillary Clinton sought to highlight her family's charitable giving and tax rate rather than overall income Friday as her campaign released eight years' worth of tax returns.
The returns, filed jointly with her husband, show the couple earned just over $28 million in 2014 and $27 million in 2013, more than double the $13 million they earned in 2010, when she was still serving as secretary of State. The 2014 total included $10.5 million in Hillary Clinton's speaking fees,...
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