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The afore­men­tioned Kellyanne Con­way has care­fully con­sid­ered the fleet­ing, min­i­mal in­ter­est Hil­lary Clin­ton ap­peared to take in the sex­ual ha­rass­ment al­le­ga­tions against Hol­ly­wood pro­ducer Har­vey We­in­stein — a topic that has mes­mer­ized the me­dia and in­spired nu­mer­ous fe­male stars to break their si­lence and speak out. Mrs. Clin­ton is­sued a brief state­ment on the rev­e­la­tions.

“She needs to not be a hyp­ocrite about women’s em­pow­er­ment and what it means to be pro-women,” Mrs. Con­way told Fox News on Wednesday.

“What has Hil­lary Clin­ton done pri­vately in her pri­vate life? She is on a book tour talk­ing about her­self and the cam­paign she lost. She is not talk­ing about women’s em­pow­er­ment. She is not try­ing to help vic­tims of sex­ual as­sault,” Mrs. Con­way said. “She can call me in the White House to­day — she knows the num­ber, she was the first lady for eight years — and we can work in a bi­par­ti­san fash­ion on sex­ual as­sault. I welcome that.”

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