US presidential candidate Joe Biden denies claims of sexual assault
Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden has denied claims of sexual harassment, calling them baseless and misinformation against him.
Several women have accused Biden of sexual assault, abuse, rape and sexual exploitation, from which two people have come out in front of the media against the presidential candidate.
While Joe Biden, 77, has denied the claims, calling them “not real.”
Joe Biden said that when he was a senator, the woman who accused him of sexual harassment and she even continued to file the charges.
He claimed that if the woman had lodged a lawsuit against him, the case report would be in the National Archives and he would ask the new Senate secretary to search the report if the woman accusing him had lodged a complaint or not.
He denied the charges against him categorically, calling them a complot against him.
Biden reiterated that the allegations against him were being explained at a time when key party members were challenging his position.
In a brief statement on April 30 US President Donald Trump also said Biden would clarify the accusations against him.
Biden ruled out the allegations in a TV interview amid pressure from President Donald Trump and other political leaders but refuted the allegations in a statement released before the interview.
Joe Biden’s claims of sexual assault started in March this year, and former Senate employee Tara Reade initially leveled it at him.
Tara Reade later repeated his accusations, and she again accused Biden of sexual assault and rape before the media in mid-April.
In an interview in mid-April, Tara Reade reported that Joe Biden had offended him in 1993 in the basement of the Capitol Hill office building.
The woman said at the time she had lodged a complaint in the office against Biden.