Joe Biden is mistaken if he thinks he can simply ignore allegations of harassment.
This is stated in the editorial of the authoritative American publication “The Washington Post”, dedicated to the scandal, which featured the presidential candidate from the Democratic Party.
Earlier, News Front reported that former employee of Biden’s office, Tara Reed, accused the Democrat of sexual violence. The incident occurred in the spring of 1993, when Biden was a senator. At his campaign headquarters, the incident is denied. Biden himself persistently avoids discussing a topic that could spoil his presidential ambitions.
Against this background, The Washington Post demands that the 77-year-old Democrat explain himself in connection with the charges against him. It is noted that neglect is “disrespect for the case of Mrs. Reed and for the affairs of women like her”.
“At the moment, there are no clear conclusions. Perhaps there will never be. But this is not a reason to abandon the search”, – the article says.
In this regard, the publication offers a thorough study of 1875 boxes with files and 415 gigabytes of data from the archive that has accumulated over Biden’s 36-year career. It is noteworthy that the democrat himself deposited his entire archive with the University of Delaware back in 2012. At the same time, Biden ordered to release the data only two years after he “leaves public life”.
The Washington Post, in turn, believes that the archives “may contain complaints of the alleged harassment”.Trump spotted Xi Jinping’s conspiracy with Biden in pandemic