🚨 POLL: Should Biden Drop Out?

Don't miss out!
Invalid email address
By submitting, you agree to our Privacy Policy & Terms.

🚨 POLL: Should Biden Drop Out?


💥 Click To Text Your Answer 👇


In 2015, Hillary Clinton said that “any woman who reports an assault should be heard and believed.”

Clinton has recently endorsed the presumed Democratic nominee Joe Biden, despite the allegations of sexual assault brought forth by his former staffer Tara Reade, according to The Daily Caller.

“Any woman who reports an assault should be heard and believed,” Clinton told Refinery 29 in 2015 according to her Twitter. She also tweeted a message about joining her “in telling survivors of sexual assault: We’re with you.”

Clinton was the “special guest” at a virtual Town Hall hosted by Joe Biden to discuss how the coronavirus has impacted women.

Biden’s town hall is being headlined as a “Virtual Women’s Town Hall.”

Reade came forward earlier in the year with accusations of Biden allegedly sexually assaulting her when he was the Senator of Delaware.

Biden’s campaign has denied these claims.

Despite Clinton claiming to back victims of sexual assault, she has endorsed Biden.



Do You Like This Artice? Give Us Feedback 👇



The former first lady tweeted in 2015, “Hillary to every survivor of sexual assault: You have the right to be heard and believed. We’re with you.”

Hillary Clinton offered her endorsement to Joe Biden on Tuesday, despite the claims of sexual assault made by Tara Reade, according to Fox News.

Reade scrutinized Clinton, saying, “I voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016. I voted for her in the primary. I’m a lifelong Democrat. But yet, what I see now is someone enabling a sexual predator and it was my former boss, Joe Biden, who raped me,” Reade told Fox News. “Hillary Clinton has a history of enabling powerful men to cover up their sexual predatory behaviors and their inappropriate sexual misconduct. We don’t need that for this country. We don’t need that for our new generation coming up that wants institutional rape culture to change.”

“I will not be smeared, dismissed, or ignored. I stand in truth and I will keep speaking out.”

Biden’s campaign denies Reade’s allegations.

— Advertisement —

Clinton joined Biden in a virtual Town Hall meeting where she officially lent her endorsement to the democratic nominee.

“Joe Biden has been preparing for this moment his entire life,” Clinton said. “And for me, this is a moment that we need a leader, a president like Joe Biden.”

Before the event, Clinton took to twitter, “A little hint about who the surprise guest will be for @JoeBiden’s 3pm ET town hall today: (She’s excited.),” Clinton wrote, sharing an image of her with Biden and former President Barack Obama in the Oval Office.

The allegations against Biden were not addressed at the virtual women’s town hall.

“I’m calling for the release of the documents being held by the University of Delaware that contain Biden’s staff personnel records because I believe it will have my complaint form, as well as my separation letter and other documents,” Reade told Fox News on Tuesday. “Maybe if other staffers that have tried to file complaints would come to light — why are they under seal? And why won’t they be released to the public?”

More from Fox News:

While the Biden campaign has strongly denied Reade’s claims, Biden himself has not addressed the controversy despite the roughly dozen TV interviews he has done since his accuser came forward in March.

There have been major developments in recent days regarding Reade’s allegations. On Friday, a “Larry King Live” clip from 1993 purportedly showing Reade’s mother calling in to the show anonymously and alluding to her daughter’s “problems” with a “prominent senator” was brought to light. On Monday, two more people — a former neighbor and a former colleague of Reade’s — came forward to back her claims after conversations they had back in the ’90s.

Reade is now calling on the University of Delaware to unseal documents it has from Biden’s tenure as a senator, which she believes may include her formal sexual harassment complaint.