Gubernatorial Nominee McAuliffe Facing Attacks Connected to Federal Investigation
Richmond, VA - Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe is facing new attacks Wednesday connected to a federal investigation of program that offers US visas to foreign investors.
President Obama's pick for a leadership position at the Homeland Security Department is being investigated for his role in helping a Chinese company run by Hillary Clinton's brother. That company worked closely with a company called GreenTech Automotive, which McAuliffe chaired years ago.
Republicans are trying to link McAullife to the probe, but McAuliffe says the investigation does not involve him.