Just In: Clinton Campaign Advisor Accused Of Sexual Harassment—Look Who Protected Him

It’s been revealed that an advisor to Hillary Clinton, Burns Strider, was accused of sexual harassment while working for her campaign in 2008, according to Fox News.

But the real bombshell is who protected him—Hillary Clinton.

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The New York Times reported Friday on the incident, revealing how Clinton allegedly intervened to help keep the adviser, Burns Strider, on board.

According to the Times, the complaint was made by a 30-year-old Clinton staffer who shared an office with Strider. She reportedly told a campaign official that Strider had rubbed her shoulders inappropriately, kissed her on the forehead and sent suggestive emails.

Clinton’s 2008 campaign manager, Patti Solis Doyle, reportedly recommended Clinton fire him. But sources told The Times he was kept on the campaign at Clinton’s request.

Instead, Strider was ordered to receive counseling and lost several weeks of pay, while the young woman was shifted to a new role.

The law firm that represented Clinton’s campaign in 2008 released a statement on behalf of Clinton and Strider. Here’s what it said:

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“To ensure a safe working environment, the campaign had a process to address complaints of misconduct and harassment,” the statement from Urecht, Kleinfeld, Fiori, Partners said. “When matters arose, they were reviewed in accordance with these policies, and appropriate action was taken. This complaint was no exception.”

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