Hillary Clinton didn't fire '08 adviser accused of sexual harassment
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Hillary Clinton chose not to fire Burns Strider, the faith adviser on her 2008 presidential campaign, despite allegations of sexual harassment against a younger staffer, reports the NYTimes.
Why it matters: Strider was docked a few weeks pay and ordered to undergo counseling, despite a recommendation from Clinton's campaign manager that he be fired. He went on to work for a Clinton super PAC that supported her candidacy in 2016, but was fired for workplace issues that again included the harassment of a young female aide.