Hillary Clinton describes Donald Trump as 'the most risky President in history'

Posted October 11, 2017

Clinton did not mention Weinstein during an appearance Monday night at the University of California, Davis, as part of her book tour, her first public appearance since the story broke.

"I drove here and I know about what's going on with these awful fires in Sonoma and Napa and across other parts of northern California and I just want to express my deep sympathy to everyone", Clinton said, speaking to an audience at the University of California, Davis, on Monday night. Trump pushed back by touting similar allegations against her husband, former President Bill Clinton.

"These allegations are low-life behavior". He also gave between $100,001 and $250,000 to the Clinton Foundation.

The Clintons, who have taken thousands of dollars from Weinstein since at least the 1990s, including more than $35,000 in last year's presidential campaign, have made no such commitment - nor has President Obama, who also benefited from Weinstein's fundraising and donations. A spokesperson denied "any allegations of non-consensual sex" in response to both reports.

Asked about donating the 2016 campaign contributions, Hillary Clinton's vice presidential running mate, Virginia Sen. On Sunday, he was sacked from the company he co-founded, the Weinstein Company. "Where is President Obama?"

"And as far as I'm concerned, he should not just be fired, but go to jail", she said on CNN, "because what he did was a crime". "So personally it is, it is disappointing she hasn't come out and condemned Harvey Weinstein".

Some Republicans have seized on the Weinstein report and his ties to the Democratic Party.

"As long as I have known her she really has walked the walk and talked the talk on this", Solis Doyle told CNN's Poppy Harlow Tuesday.

In December 2015, Hillary Clinton was asked about some of the accusations and her own assertions that victims who allege assault should be believed.