Tucker vs Hillary Adviser: Is She the 'Enabler' in the Bill Clinton-Weiner-Weinstein Trifecta?
Tucker Carlson debated former Clinton campaign adviser Richard Goodstein on Hillary's delayed response to the Harvey Weinstein scandal.
He played tape of Clinton repeatedly railing against President Trump's alleged "demeaning of women" and the general issues of sexism and misogyny.
Five days after the reports surfaced, Clinton said she was "shocked and appalled" by her donor and friend.
Carlson said Clinton has been prominently visible in the lives of three figures alleged to have committed sexual assault or misconduct: her husband Bill Clinton, former Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.) and Weinstein.
"In fact, she may be the enabler," he said, referencing allegations of misconduct against Clinton's husband by people like Juanita Broaddrick, Paula Corbin Jones and Kathleen Willey.
Carlson said President Obama was also delayed in his response, showing a picture of the 44th president with Weinstein, Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) and the late Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-N.J.).
Goodstein said Weiner was prosecuted for "virtual intrusions," while Trump "bragged about walking in on naked underage women" - an apparent reference to allegations against him from his days organizing Miss Universe pageants.
"Why the Hell does [Hillary] have the authority to speak like that when she is married to Bill Clinton, she's close to Anthony Weiner, and her friend Harvey Weinstein has been accused of rape by three people?" Carlson responded, dismissing the Trump comparison.
Goodstein said it's "hardly a crime" for Clinton to publish her statement at a time Carlson found inappropriately late.
He said Clinton critics should instead reflect on their continued support of Trump after the leak of the Access Hollywood tape in 2016.
"Is that really the answer - Trump is bad?" Carlson said. "She talks about treatment of women in every speech."
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