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Hillary Clinton releases statement confirming she did not fire adviser accused of sexual harassment just before State of the Union

Hillary Clinton has confirmed reports that she refused to fire a former campaign adviser accused of sexual harassment, saying that she would not have made the same decision today. The New York Times reported last week that Ms Clinton chose not to fire Burns Strider, the faith adviser from her 2008 campaign, after he was accused of inappropriately touching and emailing a campaign subordinate.
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