Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign has spent the past week laying out a plan to avoid paying taxes for millions of dollars that it says it’s already paying into its presidential library.
The campaign’s web page has included information about the Clinton Foundation and its efforts to help victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, but the campaign’s net worth has been missing from the site since last week.
The campaign says it will soon add its net worth.
The net worth of the Clinton family is estimated at $11 billion, which would put them in the top 1 percent of the wealthiest Americans.
But their net worth is more than twice that of Donald Trump, who has a net worth estimated at about $8.5 billion.
The Clinton campaign said that its website had been updated to include the latest figures on the Clinton’s finances, including the latest reported total, the total assets of the family, and its net debt.
The Clintons have been criticized by the conservative and libertarian wing of the party for having a net debt of about $1.7 billion, with a number of people claiming the Clintons have spent much of their wealth in the past decade.
The Trump campaign said on its web site that its net assets are valued at $867 million, which is more in line with Trump’s estimate.
Clinton’s campaign said in a statement that the campaign was working to update its website to reflect the latest information on its finances.
Clinton has said she plans to spend at least $200 million over the next four years to create a permanent archive of her financial records and the Clinton Library in Little Rock, Arkansas.