Hollywood movie mogul Harvey Weinstein is the subject of a major scandal after several actresses revealed he tried to sexually assault them while working together.

And while President Obama had condemned the actions of Weinstein, a friend of the family, Hillary Clinton remained silent on the matter for far too long.

Hillary Clinton finally spoke out against Weinstein’s charges— but was it soon enough?

Clinton is under fire by the media for not speaking against Weinstein sooner.

It took the former presidential candidate six days after the scandal hit headlines to speak against Weinstein, a former campaign donor.

While Clinton eventually condemned Harvey’s actions, she is still under fire for her delayed response.

The Daily Caller reported:

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said she will be giving any Harvey Weinstein campaign donations to charity, six days after reports said the Hollywood mogul committed sexual misconduct toward women spanning decades, including rape, harassment, and assault.

Clinton is taking some heat due to the fact her announcement came six days after The New York Times first reported of the sexual harassment allegations against Weinstein, a close friend to the Clintons.

The former presidential candidate also waited five days to denounce Weinstein publicly after criticism from the media.

“Well, there’s no one to give it back to. What other people are saying, what my former colleagues are saying, is that they’re going to donate it to charity, and of course I will do that,” Clinton said on CNN.

The donations will be part of the 10 percent of her income that she donates to charity every year, Clinton said, but was not specific on how much that amount is, when it would be, or where the money will go.

“I give 10% of my income to charity every year,” she said. “This will be part of that. There’s no doubt about it.”

Hillary Clinton’s “noble” act has an ulterior motive of its own, however.

Clinton claimed she will donate the campaign funds from Harvey Weinstein as part of her yearly

tithe from her salary.

But she is merely following suit from her fellow Democratic Party members— many of whom are under fire for not following through on the charity acts or only donating partial amounts.

The Daily Caller reported:

The Democratic National Committee (DNC) and many Democratic politicians have already made similar moves. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and other Democrats in Congress said they will donate money they received from Weinstein.

The DNC will donate more than $30,000 to women’s groups, the group announced last week. Weinstein donated $246,290 to the national committee since 1994, according to the conservative America Rising PAC.

Although the DNC gave back money to charity, they have been under fire for reportedly only donating some of the money to charity and donating the rest to political groups that help elect Democrats. The same criticism is happening to Clinton

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