Former campaign manager: 'Disappointing' Clinton hasn't condemned Weinstein

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Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton took the stage at the Mondavi Center Monday at UC Davis as part of her nationwide book tour.

"The behavior described by women coming forward can not be tolerated", Clinton said in the statement. "Their courage and the support of others is critical in helping to stop this kind of behavior", the statement read.

An editorial from The New York Times on Friday implored the Clintons and Obama to disavow Weinstein, calling on Democrats to make sure his status as a major party donor would not prevent anyone from speaking out.

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

Mrs Clinton was asked whether she stood by her comments made during the election campaign, when she described Trump as the most risky White House candidate to ever make a run for the presidency. Tim Kaine, said on CNN Tuesday morning that people should condemn Weinstein and said he anticipated Clinton would say something eventually.

The New Yorker expose, published Tuesday, detailed allegations not just of sexual harassment but of three incidents involving rape. During the campaign, Clinton spoke out about the issue and went after President Donald Trump over the allegations of sexual assault against him.

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Watch Doyle's full comments below, via CNN. According to the publication, 13 women said they had been sexually harassed of assaulted by Weinstein between the 1990s and 2015.

Weinstein has always been a Clinton donor with ties to the political family. But she didn't mention Harvey Weinstein.

"I was shocked and appalled by the revelations about Harvey Weinstein".

The recent report in The New York Times cataloged accusations of sexual harassment against the filmmaker that spanned three decades.

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. Already, a large number of prominent Democrats have, donating the equivalent in contributions from Weinstein to charity.