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Hillary Clinton denounces Harvey Weinstein but doesn't say she'll return campaign donations

11 October 2017

"These allegations are low-life behavior".

What's remarkable about that silence is that Weinstein isn't, really, denying the allegations.

"I appreciate the way I've behaved with colleagues in the past has caused a lot of pain, and I sincerely apologize for it". Three days after the report, Weinstein was sacked by the company he co-founded.

Clinton personally headlined multiple fundraisers Weinstein was involved in organizing during the campaign. "Where is President Obama?" In 2012, Obama did a fundraiser for his re-election bid at Weinstein's home in CT.

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Clinton's former running mate, Virginia Democratic Sen.

"It's On Us" is a program Biden and former President Barack Obama began in 2014 during their time in the White House.

Asked if Australia should be anxious about Trump being the President, she added: "I think the whole world should be concerned". "Harvey. This is possible because of Harvey".

Hillary Clinton spoke for 90 minutes last night in California.

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Clinton appeared at the university as part of a tour promoting her new book "What Happened", about the 2016 campaign. "So, I'm hoping that will try to realize her dreams for the country and how much better it'll be than it is now". "Hillary, you weren't shocked or appalled", she wrote.

Likely, friendship. As in, they are friends and, as such, want to give Weinstein every possible benefit of the doubt. The New Yorker story also details allegations that Weinstein subjected four others to unwanted touching that could be classified assault and exposed himself to several women and masturbated in front of them. But this appearance at Rutgers is notable as it comes on the heels of the sexual harassment allegations being made against Weinstein - a longtime Democratic Party supporter and donor.

Both of these explanations fall short, however. "You have lived with that same behavior from your husband for decades". Friendship doesn't excuse behavior like Weinstein has been exhibiting for years.

Clinton's upcoming book, "What Happened", went on sale September 12 and details her upset loss to Republican Donald Trump last fall. Other notable Democrats for whom Weinstein raised large sums of money - including Obama - have also not publicly addressed the allegations. But, the question remains: What the heck is taking them so long?

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Hillary Clinton denounces Harvey Weinstein but doesn't say she'll return campaign donations