That doesn't have anything to do with (the problem): That isn't related, linked, connected to (the problem) idiom
Did Horatio have anything to do with the accident? I wouldn't be surprised if he was involved.
(The problem) has to do with (your attitude): (The problem) is about, is related to (your attitude) idiom
  • "Bruno : I told you once and I'll tell you again Badguy, I don't want to have anything to do with criminals and mafiosos like you."
  • "But I don't see what this has to do with Delavigne perfumes."
  • "Polly : I don't see how my nationality has anything to do with it."
  • "It has to do with what we talked about the other day."
  • "The, err, problem has to do with our current business software."

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