Key Words: Presidential candidate fielding all manner of financial questions

While one can apparently be elected president absent financial transparency, here’s a presidential candidate who’s taking quite another approach: Eric Wynalda.

Wynalda, a contender in the hotly contested race to become president of the Chicago-based U.S. Soccer Federation, is fielding and engaging with all manner of questions about his not-unblemished financial life, including, according to a recent New York Times report, a bankruptcy and the placement of liens placed against his personal assets.

What it mainly boils down to, according to the former professional player of the game and an American international, is this:

‘When you have an ex-wife that is attached to you financially, there is a lot of stuff you’ve got to go through.

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