Hillary Clinton On Decision Not To Fire Adviser Accused Of Harassment: "If I Had It To Do Again, I Wouldn’t"
In 2007, a woman filed a sexual harassment complaint against her boss, who was punished but not fired. In a long Facebook post late Tuesday night just before the State of the Union, Clinton wrote, "The short answer is this: If I had it to do again, I wouldn’t."
Donald Trump, #MeToo, Facebook, And The Breakdown Of Institutional Power
The phantom feeling that something should’ve happened, but didn’t or won’t, flows through each of the central stories of the moment: Trump’s presidency, the nightmare revelations of sexual abuse, and the accumulating problems of Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. What institutional power looks like in 2018.
Catch Up On Some Of The Week's Top Stories By Listening To Our Podcast, No One Knows Anything
This week, co-hosts Kate Nocera and Charlie Warzel talk about: the former Trump adviser who gave documents to a Russian intelligence operative in 2013, what happened to the filibuster, and the alt-right and the Susan Rice unmasking story.