As Democrats denounce Weinstein, Clintons and Obama stay mum


In one, Weinstein makes movie recommendations and mentions how he had "such fond memories" of the Clintons watching Shakespeare in Love.

"They got tens of thousands of dollars, both Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton".

"I thought I'd be a damn good president", says Clinton, the Democratic Party's nominee.

While Clinton had little to say about the Weinstein accusations, she had plenty to say about football players kneeling during the national anthem at football games and how the country needs to stand up to homophobia and racism.

Anchor Erin Burnett slammed Clinton on Tuesday for her silence, saying Clinton was giving Weinstein a "pass" that she did not give to women who did not vote for her. In 2012, Obama did a fundraiser for his re-election bid at Weinstein's home in CT. During the 1990s, Weinstein gave money to support former President Bill Clinton's legal defense fund, while Clinton attended multiple fundraisers that Weinstein worked on during the 2016 campaign.

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In 2013, first lady Michelle Obama praised Weinstein for his involvement in a student film symposium at the White House.

Obama's daughter, Malia, interned for Harvey Weinstein in 2017.

Despite repeated inquiries from reporters in search of comment about the allegations against Weinstein, the offices of the Clintons and Obamas have remained mum.

"I realized some time ago that I needed to be a better person and my interactions with the people I work with have changed", he wrote. On the friendship front, exercising situational ethics isn't ethics at all.

"They thought, "Hey, we've got this figured out, just tell a really awful lie over and over again, keep people off balance and make them think that this will, if not make their lives better, make them feel better", Clinton explained. But, the question remains: What the heck is taking them so long?