I'm watching Clinton Cash right now, and this may be explained at some point in the future in this documentary, but I'm the type of person that likes to ask questions and understand principles and meanings behind facts right away, especially when the information is political.
So far, the documentary is stating that
X politician earned
Y wealth in the Congo, and needed things to stay the same. He donated
Z dollars to the Clinton foundation. Hilary Clinton at that time supported reform in the Congo. When she became Secretary of State in 2009, she reversed her position on reforming the Congo, something that politician
X who donated
Z to her foundation would have wanted.
Now I have yet to fact check this, and I'm not here to verify or question the facts listed above. I was just providing an example background for my question: Since the statements above are being presented as "Clinton does a political favor to please someone who paid her off.", that would require a donation to the Clinton Foundation to in some way shape or form translate into personal financial gain for the Clinton family.
My question is: Do donations to the Clinton Foundation in any way shape or form translate into some form of personally accessible wealth gained by the Clintons? When a company pays the Clintons hundreds of thousands or millions in speaking fees, that's clearly personally accessible financial gain, but I'm interested specifically in donations to the CF.