Kellyanne Conway is calling out Hillary Clinton for the former Democratic presidential nominee's "hypocrisy" on women's empowerment.
On "America's Newsroom," Conway pointed out that Clinton waited five days before she came out with a statement about the sexual harassment allegations against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.
Conway said that for a presidential candidate who ran largely on women's issues and women's empowerment, five days is a long time to wait to denounce Weinstein's alleged behavior.
She added that prominent Democrats who accepted donations from Weinstein have subsequently given that money to charity, but it appears that Clinton has kept the "dirty money that dirty Harvey has given her."
"She needs to not be a hypocrite about women's empowerment and what it means to be pro-woman," Conway said, pointing back to a year ago when Clinton criticized then-candidate Trump over the "11-year-old audio tape" of him making crude sexual comments to an "Access Hollywood" host.
She pointed out that Clinton is on a book tour talking about herself and why she thinks she lost the 2016 election.
"She's not talking about women's empowerment, she's not trying to help victims of sexual assault," Conway said.
Conway said she welcomes working with Clinton on those issues in a bipartisan fashion, but she's heard nothing from her.
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