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🚨 POLL: Is Biden UNFIT to be president?


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According to Fox News, the Biden campaign released “talking points” to Bloomberg News.

Bloomberg reported that the Biden campaign stated, “All women have the right to be heard, and heard respectfully. And the independent press has the obligation to review those claims.”

“They [the Biden campaign] also argues that the King tape does not ‘corroborate’ Reade’s sexual assault claim. Reade’s mother died in 2016,” Bloomberg reported from the Biden campaign.

“They also argue that the King tape does not ‘corroborate’ Reade’s sexual assault claim. Reade’s mother died in 2016,” the Bloomberg reporters added.

The Biden campaign appears to be scrambling for damage control after a 1993 clip of CNN’s iconic “Larry King Live” resurfaced, according to Fox News.

Biden’s campaign has vehemently denied the claims, however, Biden himself has yet to be directly asked about it. Until the clip resurfaced, the mainstream media ignored Tara Reade’s claims.

After the clip was viral, Biden’s campaign sent talking points to surrogates the following morning, according to Bloomberg.

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The woman on the phone in the “Larry King Live” excerpt never mentioned an assault specifically and did not name names.

The talking points reported by Bloomberg to help combat that exhumed CNN clip are the second batch of Reade-related narratives distributed by the Biden campaign. The first batch “inaccurately” described a New York Times report, a spokesperson for the paper told Fox News.

Biden has not been asked about Reade, while prominent Democrats and potential running mates have echoed the talking points distributed by the campaign.