It's an understatement to say that Democratic Party activists, liberals, and progressives have responded negatively to Schultz's talk of running for president he says he'll make a final decision after roaming around the country in an obligatory book tour cum "listening campaign". That's a shame for at least two reasons. First, Schultz is foregrounding serious issues, especially the gigantic and endlessly metastasizing national debt, but also ever-proliferating calls for new and massive entitlements—Medicare for All! Second, Schultz's style of talking and engagement is a welcome respite from the amped-up, over-the-top rhetoric in which both Donald Trump and Rep. I don't think Schultz has any real shot at becoming the next president and I don't agree with him on many things, but for god's sake, he is staging exactly the sort of conversation we desperately need to have as a nation. Within the first couple of minutes, Schultz, a billionaire who grew up in projects in Brooklyn, was heckled by a protester shouting:
Writing a revealing piece for Variety, Heather Graham revealed that Weinstein asked her to have sex with him in exchange for being included in his movie in the early s. Later in the conversation, he mentioned that he had an agreement with his wife. He could sleep with whomever he wanted when he was out of town. I walked out of the meeting feeling uneasy," Graham wrote. Not giving up, Weinstein invited the actress again in his hotel suite.