Huckabee, When Asked If Trump ‘Admitted Sexual Assault’: ‘Don’t Recall’ That Happening

Mike Huckabee appeared on Fox & Friends this morning to react to Hillary Clinton saying in an interview that “we just elected a person who admitted sexual assault to the presidency.” Clinton made the comments in an interview with Channel 4’s Matt Frei, while she was discussing Harvey Weinstein. Abby Huntsman brought up that moment from the interview and asked Huckabee, “Has President Trump ever admitted to being a sexual assaulter?” Huckabee said, “I don’t recall that that’s ever happened.” He went on to invoke Bill Clinton:
“I do recall that Bill Clinton lost his law license, he was impeached, he admitted that he had lied under oath, and that there have been a number of women who have never been disproven to be wrong [sic] about their allegations regarding him.”
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Hillary Clinton: ‘We Just Elected a Person Who Admitted Sexual Assault to the Presidency’

In talking about Harvey Weinstein recently, Hillary Clinton invoked President Trump and said, “We just elected a person who admitted sexual assault to the presidency.” Clinton spoke with Channel 4’s Matt Frei, who asked her why she didn’t do better with women after that infamous Access Hollywood tape and other things Trump said about women. But Trump also came up again after he asked about Weinstein. Clinton once again condemned his “terrible” behavior and insisted that even though this was apparently an open secret for years, she “did not hear those things.” But she immediately pivoted to Trump and said, “We just elected a person who admitted sexual assault to the presidency. So there’s a lot of other issues that are swirling around these kinds of behaviors that need to be addressed.” Watch above (the relevant part starts at the 14:45 mark), via Channel 4. [ Continue reading "Hillary Clinton: ‘We Just Elected a Person Who Admitted Sexual Assault to the Presidency’"

Ainsley Earhardt: Clinton’s Staffers Told Me Not Appearing on Fox & Friends ‘Was One of Her Biggest Mistakes’

As the sun rose this Friday morning in October 2017, Fox & Friends was interviewing author Ed Klein on failed 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and her relationship with husband Bill. Klein — whose first book on the Clintons was so awful it made the New York Post’s John Podhoretz want to “drive stakes through [his] eyes so [he] wouldn’t have to suffer through another word” — discussed his latest report that Bill hated Hillary’s post-election book “What Happened”. Klein detailed the Clintons’ disagreements during the presidential campaign, including reports that Bill wanted Hillary to spend time in Rust Belt states, despite the candidate’s reluctance. “Well we asked her time and time again to come on our show, and she wouldn’t do it,” Fox & Friends co-host Ainsley Earhardt added. “And some of her people, the people that have worked for her a long time that I’m friends with, said Continue reading "Ainsley Earhardt: Clinton’s Staffers Told Me Not Appearing on Fox & Friends ‘Was One of Her Biggest Mistakes’"

#ImWithHer Twitter is Furious at Anthony Bourdain for Calling Hillary’s Weinstein Response ‘Shameful’

Celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain is taking heat on Twitter after calling Hillary Clinton’s response to the Harvey Weinstein scandal “shameful.” Bourdain — whose girlfriend Asia Argento came forward to accuse Weinstein of rape — did not hold back in slamming the 2016 presidential candidate for her tepid response to the allegations made against the Hollywood mogul. Clinton has a long history of friendship with Weinstein, who has even donated large sums of money to her various political ventures. Though the Parts Unknown host said he “admired” and “liked” Clinton, he still called her response in
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Hillary Clinton Speaks Out on ‘Sick’ Weinstein Allegations, Says She’s Giving Donations to Charity

CNN’s Fareed Zakaria spoke with Hillary Clinton tonight a day after her public statement condemning Harvey Weinstein, who donated a lot of money to her campaigns. Clinton said she was “just sick” and “appalled” by the allegations. She admits she “probably would have” called him a friend, saying that “people in Democratic politics for a couple of decades appreciated his help and support.” The former presidential candidate said she personally wasn’t aware of the allegations against him, but praised the “courage” of the women coming forward now and said this isn’t just about one Continue reading "Hillary Clinton Speaks Out on ‘Sick’ Weinstein Allegations, Says She’s Giving Donations to Charity"

Conway Slams Clinton Over Weinstein Response: ‘A Hypocrite About Women’s Empowerment’

White House councilor Kellyanne Conway is still blasting Hillary Clinton over the latter’s belated denunciation of Harvey Weinstein over his sexual assault scandal. Conway appeared on America’s Newsroom, where Bill Hemmer asked her to elaborate on yesterday’s tweet where she ripped Clinton for blaming the Las Vegas Shooting on the NRA faster than it took her to condemn Weinstein. Clinton has released a statement about how she is “shocked and appalled” by Weinstein’s actions, though Conway continued to slam her for taking as long as she did to offer a public statement.
“On this I felt like a woman who ran to be Commander-in-Chief and President of the United States – who talks about women’s empowerment – took an awfully long time to give support to those women who were coming forward and has still as far as we know kept the money…I’m happy and heartened and Continue reading "Conway Slams Clinton Over Weinstein Response: ‘A Hypocrite About Women’s Empowerment’"

CNN’s Erin Burnett on Clinton’s Weinstein Condemnation: ‘Too Bad She Was One of the Last To Do So’

“It’s good Clinton broke her silence. Of course, it is too bad she was one of the last to do so” After Hillary Clinton finally came out against the Harvey Weinstein — her long time friend and donor — over his sexual misconduct allegations, CNN anchor Erin Burnett was not impressed with the 2016 Democrat presidential candidate’s timing. While Burnett commended Clinton for at least breaking “her silence” on Weinstein’s much-published accusations, OutFront reporter said it was a shame that she is “the last do so.” Burnett’s full comments on Clinton went as follows:
“It’s good Clinton broke her silence. Of course, it is too bad she was one of the last to do so — afterall, she wrote this in her book about her loss to Donald Trump. ‘That doesn’t mean I will never run for office again, it does mean I will speak out on the causes Continue reading "CNN’s Erin Burnett on Clinton’s Weinstein Condemnation: ‘Too Bad She Was One of the Last To Do So’"