Ask Chelsea: Will Clinton Foundation Return Money Donated By Weinstein?

It’s long established that sexual predator Harvey Weinstein is a Democratic megadonor. Not just to Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama but to many other campaigns.

One of the organizations that Weinstein has pumped a lot of money into is the Clinton Foundation. Chelsea Clinton just so happens to be the vice chair of this particular organization.

On Saturday Chelsea Clinton was at an event where she was asked a very tough question. Chelsea was asked about the $100,000 that was donated by Weinstein to the Gone Global Initiative. Hillary Clinton has mentioned possibly giving Weinstein’s donations to charity, but Chelsea’s ideas are very different.

Per Daily Mail:

“Chelsea, will the foundation give back the donations from Harvey Weinstein?” a DailyMail.com reporter asked Chelsea as she left a CGI lunch event through a side door on Saturday. “Do you plan to return the $100,000?”

Chelsea, flanked by Clinton Foundation officials, looked straight ahead and ignored the questions as she scurried through the side lot and ducked into her waiting black sedan. Security blocked the reporter from approaching her car.

Earlier in the day, Chelsea had ducked the same questions from DailyMail.com after her car dropped her off at the front of the building. When she left the event, Chelsea departed through the isolated side door as her car idled next to it, seemingly to give her a chance to flee quickly.

Remember, right when the news of Weinstein broke Hillary didn’t hesitate to make her feelings on the issue known.

Now that she has her chance to discuss the issue and tackle it head on she literally ignores the question and runs away from it.

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