Published: Tue, October 10, 2017
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

As Democrats denounce Weinstein, Clintons and Obama stay mum

As Democrats denounce Weinstein, Clintons and Obama stay mum

Equifax under scrutiny Insurer Anthem to cover bare ObamaCare counties in Virginia MORE (D-Va.) told CNN on Tuesday that he's sure his former running mate Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonChris Murphy's profile rises with gun tragedies DNC, RNC step up cyber protections Gun proposal picks up GOP support MORE will "have a word to say when the time is right for her" on the scandal involving Democratic megadonor Harvey Weinstein.

Weinstein contributed $3,000 to former President Bill Clinton's reelection campaign in 2000, more than $26,000 to campaigns or political action committees backing 2016 Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton since 2000, and more than $45,000 to campaigns or PACs backing former President Barack Obama in his two bids for the presidency.

When CNN reached out to representatives for Obama and Clinton, both declined to comment on the allegations, which were revealed by the New York Times last week.

Lane said Weinstein threw him up against a wall after the actor made a joke about Rudy Giuliani's comb-over.

Clinton appeared at the university as part of a tour promoting her new book "What Happened", about the 2016 campaign.

When asked why Clinton has remained silent about Weinstein, Kaine responded he's "nobody's press secretary".

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Asked if Australia should be anxious about Trump being the President, she added: "I think the whole world should be concerned".

My guess is that the growing public pressure on the Clintons and Obama to say something - anything! - about Weinstein will force them to speak (or release a statement) sometime in the next 48 hours. In 2012, Obama did a fundraiser for his re-election bid at Weinstein's home in CT.

Anyway, because Politico is corrupt and dishonest, screenshots of their Weinstein-free homepage are below. The media mogul visited the White House several times during Obama's presidency.

This is just the latest story to surface of Weinstein's behavior over the years. Winstead questioned why would they have shame.

Malia Obama, the couple's daughter, interned at The Weinstein Company before starting college at Harvard this year.

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