Nathan Lane says Harvey Weinstein attacked him at Hillary Clinton's birthday

Randolph Lopez
October 11, 2017

Former President Barack Obama, who has also raised campaign cash from Weinstein - and whose daughter Malia worked for Weinstein earlier this year - has yet to comment publicly.

"I was shocked and appalled by the revelations about Harvey Weinstein", Clinton said in the statement, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

"The behavior described by women coming forward can not be tolerated. 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. At a White House event for student films in 2013, first lady Michelle Obama credited Weinstein for making the event happen and praised him as a wonderful person and a good friend.

Doyle said Clinton's silence is "personally" disappointing given that Clinton allowed her "the ability to bring my little 3-month-old baby to work when I needed to", and was able to have a crib in her office at work.

Mira Sorvino and Rosanna Arquette also told Farrow they suspected that Weinstein retaliated after they rejected his advances or complained about them to company representatives.

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In an interview with CNN on Tuesday, Clinton's running mate, Sen. "Hillary, you weren't shocked or appalled", she wrote.

But when pushed further, the former campaign manager admitted Clinton's silence was antithetical to what she believed the former Democratic presidential nominee stood for.

Several Democrats announced their intention to return donations received from Weinstein or donate them to charity in the wake of the Times report.

Kaine wouldn't specifically say whether Clinton herself should speak out against the allegations, saying only, "Any leader should condemn this". Then again, as numbers obtained by the Center for Responsive Politics make somewhat clear, the $1.5 million Weinstein helped raise for the Clintons between 1990 and 2016 may have influenced the former state secretary's thinking.

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