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The Weinstein Company may get financial lifeline from Trump ally
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The Weinstein Company, whose board of directors fired co-founder Harvey Weinstein amid a wave of sexual abuse allegations, may soon sell most of the company to Tom Barrack, the chairman of Colony Capital. Barrack is a longtime friend of Trump's and was chairman of his inaugural committee in 2016.
The Weinstein Company, whose board of directors fired co-founder Harvey Weinstein amid a wave of sexual abuse allegations, may soon sell most of the company to Tom Barrack, the chairman of Colony Capital. Barrack is a longtime friend of Trump's and was chairman of his inaugural committee in 2016.
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