Lena Dunham and Tina Brown told the New York Times that they warned Hillary Clinton's campaign about Harvey Weinstein's "sleaziness" and said not to work with him.
The Clintons' relationship with Weinstein goes back decades, and they had been working on a documentary until Weinstein's scandal broke, the Times said.
The Clinton campaign denies ever being warned.
Actress and writer Lena Dunham and former Vanity Fair editor Tina Brown both say they warned members of Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign against associating with Harvey Weinstein.
Tina Brown also claims she cautioned Clinton officials about Harvey Weinstein’s reputation in 2008.
Two influential women in media said they warned Hillary Clinton’s aides about Harvey Weinstein — but their words of caution appeared to go unheeded.
Lena Dunham was an avid advocate of Hillary Clinton during her presidential campaign but says she warned her team about fellow supporter Harvey Weinstein. In a new New York Times exposé, the 31-year-old actress revealed that she spo...
In a new New York Times report, Lena Dunham claims that she warned Hillary Clinton's communications director about Harvey Weinstein's behavior. Dunham told the Times that when she worked with … Click to Continue »