“Personally it is, it is disappointing she hasn’t come out and condemned Harvey Weinstein,” Patti Solis Doyle told CNN.
Former campaign manager for Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign Patti Solis Doyle said that she was disappointed that Clinton has not come out and condemned Harvey Weinstein during a CNN interview on Tuesday.
Weinstein, who has been accused of covering up sexual harassment allegations for years, was a Democratic mega-donor who had raised and given a considerable amount of money to Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.
Clinton has not commented on the allegations facing Weinstein, and her 2016 presidential campaign has remained silent on whether it will give away the money that Weinstein donated.
CNN’s Poppy Harlow asked Solis Doyle what she thought about Hillary Clinton’s silence on Weinstein.
“What Harvey Weinstein did was repulsive, you know, diabolical, awful, and as far as I’m concerned, he should not just be fired, but go to jail,” Solis Doyle responded.
Solis Doyle then attempted to dodge the question by saying that Clinton isn’t an elected official or running for office.
Harlow pointed out, however, that just because Clinton isn’t running for office that doesn’t absolve her from commenting on Weinstein.
“I know her heart is in the right place, so personally it is, it is disappointing she hasn’t come out and condemned Harvey Weinstein,” Solis Doyle said.
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