Here's how much the Clintons and Obama received from Harvey Weinstein

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Ferguson then inquired whether Australia should be anxious, to which Clinton said mater-of-factly, "I think the whole world should be concerned". Trump pushed back by touting similar allegations against her husband, former President Bill Clinton. Kaine called the allegations "lowlife behavior" and "unacceptable". The article, published Tuesday, also included a statement from Angelina Jolie, who said that he made unwanted advanced on her in a hotel room.

Clinton's statement comes almost a week after The New York Times posted an explosive expose that chronicles decades of harassment Harvey Weinstein allegedly committed against actresses and other female employees.

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.

Clinton's former running mate, Virginia Democratic Sen.

When asked why Clinton has remained silent about Weinstein, Kaine responded he's "nobody's press secretary".

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A spokeswoman for Weinstein told the newspaper that any allegations of non-consensual sex are unequivocally denied by him and that there was never any retaliation.

"It's On Us" is a program Biden and former President Barack Obama began in 2014 during their time in the White House.

He's already been fired - two days ago - by the board of directors of The Weinstein Company "in light of new information about misconduct by Harvey Weinstein that has emerged in the past few days".

"I hope she says involved", Davis resident Don Peri said. "Hillary, you weren't shocked or appalled", she wrote.

"It's not even comparable", McDaniel said, citing the reported settlements Weinstein had come to with women who had accused him, saying Trump "didn't have eight settlements". In the context of allegations against her husband, Clinton said, "I would say that everyone should be believed at first until they are disbelieved based on evidence".

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