Google has contributed more than $60,000 to the Barack Obama Foundation, a nonprofit handling Obama’s presidential center in Chicago, according to new disclosure reports. It is unclear whether the donation, totaling $60,350.48, constitutes a cash or an in-kind donation — or some combination of the two — but the tech giant is the first corporate donor to the foundation, a review of semi-annual records shows. Google made the donation on March 31, but it did not show up until lobbying contribution reports were released this week. Google is not listed on the foundation’s website as a contributor. Lobbyists and organizations that hire them must submit reports detailing their political donations twice per year. Google had no comment. A spokesman for the foundation did not respond to emails from The Hill. In fiscal 2015, the Obama foundation took in $1.9 million in donations, according to its tax documents. Tax records show the foundation received $5.4 million in the previous fiscal year. Now you have to bet that this money is not going to the Obama presidential library in Chicago, because the Obama Foundation is likely the same thing as the Clinton Foundation global initiative. As in the Obama Foundation is likely a large bank account for the Obama family, when this foundation is likely claimed as a charitable organization. If we learned from history and Clinton Cash, it's that these presidential organizations have one thing in common which is to put money in the back pockets of presidential families and their best friends. I'm sure when there is a big global disaster like the Haiti Earthquake, where the Clinton's promised relief under the Clinton Foundation, the Obama Foundation will promise the same relief...With no relief being discovered anywhere. It's time to start talking about Obama cash.