This is according to Clinton Foundation spokesperson Craig Minassian. However, it is unclear if Chelsea would continue to raise money for the foundation. Furthermore, she doesn’t intend to say whether she would raise money for the foundation until after the election. One unnamed person “familiar with the plans” says, “They don’t think it makes sense to decide right now.”
On August 18, 2016, it was reported that former President Bill Clinton will resign from the foundation’s board and stop soliciting donations if his wife Hillary is elected president in November 2016. Neither the Clintons nor the Clinton Foundation has explained why it would be appropriate for Bill to makes those changes due to family ties but Chelsea should not despite her family ties.
Ray Madoff, a Boston College Law School professor and director of the Forum on Philanthropy and the Public Good, says, “The Clinton Foundation has been way too inattentive to the appearance of impropriety. Chelsea clearly has access to her parents, so the appearance of impropriety continues.” (The Wall Street Journal, 8/24/2016)