Disney, Hillary Clinton and the Obamas Condemn Weinstein

The New York Times / Business 146 sources

Disney once owned Miramax, which Harvey Weinstein co-founded. Mr. Weinstein is also a longtime Democratic donor with ties to the Clintons and the Obamas.

After delay, Clinton and Obamas rip Weinstein

The Hill / Technology

Former President Obama and 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton both denounced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein.

Harvey Weinstein helped bankroll Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama campaigns

Boston Herald

Former President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton finally denounced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein yesterday over the avalanche of sexual assault allegations — after being criticized for their days of silence.

Hillary Clinton 'appalled' by Harvey Weinstein abuse revelations

NY Daily News / News

Hillary Clinton joined the growing number of people outraged by the alleged abusive lechery of fallen movie maker Harvey Weinstein.

Clinton 'shocked and appalled' by Weinstein allegations

The Hill

Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton broke her silence about the sexual assault allegations levied against film producer Harvey Weinstein, saying his alleged behavior "cannot be tolerated."

Hillary Clinton Breaks Silence On Harvey Weinstein Sexual Assault Reports

The Huffington Post

"The behavior described by women coming forward cannot be tolerated," she said.

Weinstein scandal: The Obamas are 'disgusted'; Hillary Clinton is 'appalled'

With Harvey Weinstein officially fired from the Weinstein Company, voices in D.C. and Hollywood continue to come forward to condemn his behavior.

Clinton says she's "shocked and appalled" by Weinstein revelations

CBS News / Politics

"The behavior described by women coming forward cannot be tolerated," said Clinton of Harvey Weinstein

Clinton ‘shocked’ by allegations against longtime donor Weinstein

New York Post / News

Hillary Clinton is finally distancing herself from Harvey Weinstein — but, so far, not his money. Five days after the first allegations against the pervy producer — and big Dem donor — Clinton released a statement Tuesday afternoon saying…

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