Hillary Clinton describes Donald Trump as 'the most unsafe President in history'

Hillary Clinton describes Donald Trump as 'the most unsafe President in history'

Hillary Clinton describes Donald Trump as 'the most unsafe President in history'

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

"The behavior described by women coming forward cannot be tolerated", she added.

"It's On Us" is a program Biden and former President Barack Obama began in 2014 during their time in the White House. More than a dozen blazes in several counties killed at least 10 people and injured hundreds, destroying some 1,500 structures and torching almost 100,000 acres of land. Three days after the report, Weinstein was sacked by the company he co-founded.

Clinton's former running mate, Virginia Democratic Sen.

Prior to Tuesday's announcement, longtime Hillary Clinton aides were confused by the former secretary of state's silence on the issue, questioning - in private - why she had not weighed in at all.

Clinton let her guard down and shared her experiences from the presidential campaign trail with hundreds of students and supporters.

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When a reporter asked if it mean something other than military action, Trump replied "we'll see". Pressed on what he meant, Trump said, "You'll find out".

Weinstein has always been a Clinton donor with ties to the political family. Already, a large number of prominent Democrats have, donating the equivalent in contributions from Weinstein to charity.

In the midst of recent sexual harassment allegations swirling around Harvey Weinstein, actor Nathan Lane recalled his own encounter with the film producer.

Watch Doyle's full comments below, via CNN.

According to Page Six, the out actor claims that Weinstein attacked him at Hillary Clinton's birthday party in 2000. "So personally it is, it is disappointing she hasn't come out and condemned Harvey Weinstein".

Kaine wouldn't specifically say whether Clinton herself should speak out against the allegations, saying only, "Any leader should condemn this".

"When I think about Michelle Vo." she said, referring to the UC Davis alum killed in the massacre, "I know we must do everything in our power to try to stop what happens every day from happening again and that will demand the courage to stand up to the gun lobby". So, rather than jump on Weinstein, they give him a few days of breathing room.

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