When President Clinton started the foundation after leaving the White House, it was initially called the William J. Clinton Foundation. However, according to the foundation, the name was changed in 2013 to the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation after Mrs. Clinton's tenure as secretary of state, in part to "acknowledge [her] role in shaping the Foundation":
In 2013, to recognize the contributions of Secretary Clinton and Chelsea to the Foundation and to acknowledge their role in shaping the Foundation, the Foundation was renamed the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation.Now that Mrs. Clinton is a presidential candidate, it remains unclear if the retention of "Hillary" in the foundation's name indicates that Mrs. Clinton will continue to make "contributions" to the foundation and have a "role in shaping" its work. The full name, the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation, is still recorded as the official name, appearing in the answer to the first "frequently asked question" provided on the website [emphasis added]:
here) that provided Mrs. Clinton's biographical information, the site blocked access; an attempt to access the current page is met with "Access denied":
Note: A version of this post first appeared at The Weekly Standard.