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Jerome Frank
October 11, 2017

In a statement released Tuesday, former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said she was "shocked and appalled" by the accusations made about Hollywood producer and Clinton donor Harvey Weinstein.

Hillary Clinton, for whom Weinstein fundraised extensively during her 2016 campaign for president, remained silent on the issue for five days, but finally addressed the allegations Tuesday afternoon.

"The behavior described by women coming forward cannot be tolerated", she added. "Their courage and the support of others is critical in helping to stop this kind of behavior", the former presidential candidate said in a statement.

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He tweeted: "If even 1/10th of the stories about Harvey Weinstein are true (and I believe they are), then good f**king riddance". Last week, Weinstein was accused of a series of sexual harassments and assaults by a number of women over a number of decades.

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According to his company, Weinstein has reached at least eight settlements with women accusing him of sexually harassing them. "Hillary, you weren't shocked or appalled", she wrote.

Clinton, who has not taken her defeat to Trump in the last election lightly, blames all sides for her woes, and equally told The Times that in hindsight Brexit "should have been a bigger alarm" for her own campaign.

Some Republicans have seized on the Weinstein report and his ties to the Democratic Party. Trump pushed back by touting similar allegations against her husband, former President Bill Clinton. But she didn't mention Harvey Weinstein.

Democrats in the U.S. Senate rushed last week to condemn Weinstein and donate any contributions received from the movie executive to charities. "All of us should be speaking out against a sexual predator like Harvey Weinstein". In the context of allegations against her husband, Clinton said, "I would say that everyone should be believed at first until they are disbelieved based on evidence". The Times reported that Weinstein pressured younger women into giving him massages and asked them to watch him bathe, among other harassment.

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