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Rowena Chiu, one of Harvey Weinstein’s accusers, and New York Times reporter Meghan Twohey join TODAY live to comment on Harvey Weinstein’s conviction of rape and sexual assault. “It was deeply emotional,” Chiu says, but also brought “deep sadness” for the disgraced movie mogul’s victims. Twohey says that “we may be seeing a reshaping of public opinion about which victims deserve their day in court.”