Fact-checking claims the Clintons stole $200k in furniture, china and artwork from White House
First lady Hillary Clinton gestures during a news conference in the White House Friday, April 22, 1994. (AP photo) First lady Hillary Clinton gestures during a news conference in the White House Friday, April 22, 1994. (AP photo)

First lady Hillary Clinton gestures during a news conference in the White House Friday, April 22, 1994. (AP photo)

Aaron Sharockman
By Aaron Sharockman May 25, 2016

An old complaint about Hillary Clinton, stemming from her days as first lady, is making a comeback during her run for the presidency.

When the Clintons left Washington in 2001 at the end of President Bill Clinton’s second term, they took a lot of things with them. The problem was, they took some things they should have left behind.

A conservative website called Radix News posted this graphic on its Facebook page:

"After leaving the White House, Hillary was forced to return an estimated $200,000 in White House china, furniture and artwork that she had stolen."

We sort out the truth of the matter here.

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