WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The woman alleges the Democratic presidential candidate presumptive Legitimes Joe Biden attacks her sexuality in 1993 stating in a video interview on Thursday that he should withdraw from the White House race.
Tara Reade’s comments in an interview with former NBC and Fox News reported Megyn Kelly to six days after Biden said in his first public comment about the alleged incident that it “never happened.”
“You and I already have, Joe Biden. Please step ahead and be held accountable, “Reade said in part of the interview posted on Kelly’s Twitter.” You should not run on characters for president
of the United States. ”
Asked if Biden should withdraw from the race, Reade said: “I want him to, but he doesn’t.”
Meeting the latest Reade interview, deputy managing campaign of Biden, Kate Bedingfield, said on Thursday that “more and more contradictions continue to emerge” in Reade’s account.
“Women must be given the benefit of the doubt,” Bedingfield said in a statement emailed. “At the same time, we could never sacrifice the truth. And the truth is that these allegations are false and that the documents have been presented to return them, under supervision, to keep proving their mistakes. ”
The statement did not address Reade’s call to Biden to drop out of the race.
Reade, who worked as an assistant employee at the office of the U.S. Senate Biden from 1992 to May 8 1993, accused Biden in the media interviews of pinning…