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Despite the big bucks and big support that Hillary Clinton has received from Harvey Weinstein for decades, don’t expect the 2016 Presidential candidate to say anything significant soon about the extensive sexual harassment allegations swirling around the much accused Oscar winning producer.
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“She’s damned if she does and damned if she doesn’t now in this situation,” a deep pocked Tinseltown donor to the Democrats told Deadline of any statement by Clinton about the scandal that has seemingly buried now ex-The Weinstein Company boss.
“You’d hope for better, but this is so typical Clinton denial, isn’t it?’ the insider added of the delay by the ex-First Lady in addressing claims by Ashley Judd, Rose McGowan, former local FOX TV reporter Lauren Sivan and others. “With her history with Harvey, her husband’s history, nothing she can say will suffice at this point.”
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Having given a keynote address at Stanford University and continuing her “What Happened” book tour in San Francisco the day after the New York Times published a detailed piece on Weinstein’s behavior and six-figure settlements, Clinton made no mention of the reports or the producer.
After first taking a leave of absence and threatening to sue the NYT, Weinstein was toppled from his co-chair perch by TWC on Sunday. As the company is contemplating a name change, Harvey Weinstein’s name is being scrubbed off the credits for TWC’s TV properties. At the same time more claims of deeply inappropriate behavior over the decades by the now former TWC co-chair are emerging and condemnations of Weinstein are coming from the likes of Meryl...
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