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Hollywood Stars Ditching Clinton?: Michael Keaton Wants Another Democrat After ‘Clinton Cash’ Scandal

Clinton Cash continues to make waves in the Hollywood community.

On Friday, Oscar-winning actor Michael Keaton joined fellow thespian Mark Ruffalo in linking to a New York Times investigation of Hillary Clinton’s involvement in a uranium deal. The Times article was based on new information uncovered in Breitbart Senior Editor-at-Large Peter Schweizer’s new exposé Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Made Bill and Hillary Rich.

“Not good,” Keaton tweeted, along with an Instagram picture of the New York Times report titled, “Cash Flowed to Clinton Charity Amid Uranium Deal.”

Not good

A photo posted by Michael Keaton (@michaelkeatondouglas) on

“Time to get a Biden/Elizabeth Warren committee going?” the actor followed up an hour later, tweeting another Instagram photo of the story.

Time to get a Biden/Elizabeth Warren committee going?

A photo posted by Michael Keaton (@michaelkeatondouglas) on

Keaton’s highlighting of the revelations first revealed in Clinton Cash could be a signal that the book has penetrated Hollywood’s elite entertainment circles. On Thursday, Avengers star Mark Ruffalo also tweeted a link to the story, along with the caption, “This’s the problem!”

Keaton was nominated at this year’s Academy Awards for his role in the Best Picture-winning Birdman. Although he lost to Theory of Everything actor Eddie Redmayne, Keaton did pick up the Golden Globe for the role.

Keaton and Ruffalo just wrapped production on Thomas McCarthy’s Spotlight, due out later this year.

 

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