Former Running Mate Says Hillary Clinton Will Address Harvey Weinstein Scandal “When Time Is Right For Her”


Morning after Hillary Clinton spoke publicly in California without mentioning Harvey Weinstein, former running mate Tim Kaine insisted “any leader” should publicly denounce the Hollywood producer’s “low-life” behavior.

CNN’s Alisyn Camerota asked Kaine what’s up with Clinton’s defening silence on the subject to date.

“I’m nobody’s press secretary; I’m a U.S. senator,” Kaine shot back.

In Clinton’s defense, Kaine noted she previously has spoken out against sexual harassment, adding, “I’m sure she’ll have a word to say when the time is right for her.”

Pressed on whether he recommends Clinton end her silence lickety-split, Kaine responded diplomatically, “Any leader, any leader should condemn this…When you read the stories about young women feeling pressured by somebody in a position of power, it makes you sick.”

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