Clinton released a statement on Tuesday saying she was "shocked and appalled" by the accusations against Weinstein, and she said on Wednesday that she would follow the lead of some of her Democratic colleagues and give any donations from Weinstein to charity.
"There's no one to give it back to. What other people are saying, what my former colleagues are saying, is they're going to donate it to charity, and of course I will do that," Clinton told CNN's Fareed Zakaria. "I give 10 percent of my income to charity every year, this will be part of that. There's no doubt about it."
On "Fox & Friends" this morning, Judge Andrew Napolitano said Clinton's claim that there's no one to give the money back to is "not accurate."
"If she's talking about cash he 'bundled,' where he had a party and people came to the party and they each gave the max and handed the checks to her, there's a paper trail of all of that," Napolitano explained. "If he gave money to the Democratic National Committee ... there's a paper trail on that. So there certainly is a person or entity to which the money can be given back."
As for Clinton donating the money to charity, Napolitano raised an interesting question.
"What is she going to do with that money, donate it to the Clinton Foundation?" he wondered.
Brian Kilmeade pointed out that the Clinton Foundation also received money from Weinstein.
"Yes, no what are they going to do with it?" Napolitano said.
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