Many Democrats Are Now Donating Harvey Weinstein's Campaign Contributions To Charity
Weinstein — who was fired from The Weinstein Company on Sunday in the wake of multiple sexual harassment allegations — has been a prolific donor to Democratic candidates and causes. As many Democratic U.S. senators and two governors said they'd give contributions from Weinstein to charity, the Democratic National Committee said they would redirect $30,000 in his most recent donations to other political groups.
Hillary Clinton Will Raise Money For A Clinton Foundation Still In Transition
Last year, in advance of a potential Clinton presidency, the Clinton Foundation announced massive changes to its size and scope. In the aftermath of her loss, the foundation is still figuring out its direction and facing some tough realities — as Clinton returns to help raise money.
Democrats Who Watched Clinton Impeachment Don’t Want To Make The Same Mistakes With Trump
Even as their base and some members are calling for impeachment, Democrats are wary of getting ahead of themselves, having seen how the rush to impeach hurt Republicans during the Clinton era. If it appears that “we’re just responding negatively to what he said in the campaign,” one Democrat said, the party will make Trump voters feel like “they’re being looked down on and dismissed.”
Hillary Clinton Sees No Problem With Chelsea Staying At Foundation
Bill Clinton has said he will step down from the Clinton Foundation if his wife becomes president to avoid the conflict of interest — but their daughter will stay on. “Everybody’s gonna take a hard look at what goes forward and what doesn’t,” Clinton told reporters Tuesday.
Clinton Foundation Prepares To Hand Off Programs, Scale Back Operations
The foundation will do more than restricting donations if Hillary Clinton is elected president. Planning began in February to find outside organizations that can absorb much of the foundation’s work in order resolve potential conflicts of interest.
Juanita Broaddrick, qui accuse Bill Clinton de viol, veut qu'on la croie
Depuis des décennies, Juanita Broaddrick, qui a aujourd’hui 73 ans, dit que Bill Clinton l'a violée. Aujourd’hui, son témoignage est une épine dans le pied des progressistes, et de Hillary Clinton en particulier —cette dernière défend le droit des victimes de viol à être entendues et crues. Pour le camp de Trump, c’est du pain béni.