Trump Hilariously Trolls Biden Over Sexual Assault Allegation

While speaking with conservative podcast host Dan Bongino on Friday, President Donald Trump trolled former Vice President Joe Biden over the recent sexual assault allegation that has come out against him.

“I guess in a way you could say I’m sticking up for him,” the President trolled.

“You know, it’s his problem, but I like to get in front of it and just deny it. If it’s not true you just deny it,” President Trump said. “I’ve been a total victim of this nonsense, false accusations … I look at the double standard, you look at Biden, nobody wants to bring up the subject. And by the way, with somebody with far more credibility than any of those four people had with respect to Brett.”

Bongino then referred to the recent interview that Biden had with MSNBC host Mike Brzezinski. During the interview, Biden refused to unseal records at the University of Delaware.

“He is a confused man,” the President said. “You know that; I mean, you get it … He’s confused by not only that question; he’s confused by every other question he’s had. But look, he’s going to have to make his own decision; I’m not going to be telling him what to do. I would say this: if they’re not true, and if the allegations aren’t true, he has to say that; false allegations, false accusations, and he has to get on with it.

The President continued: “As far as records and all, I have no idea at all. He’d have to make that decision. I can say, though, that I’ve been accused, you probably have, too, As soon as you’re famous you get accused … I understand where he is. He’s just gotta do what he’s gotta do. But he can deny, and then as far as records,  if he had any records, that would be a great thing if he could show records and then dispose of it with records.”

President Trump added: “So I guess in a way you could say I’m sticking up for him, but the mother was very compelling certainly, and the girlfriend or friend was very compelling. And certainly far more compelling than anything they had with respect to Brett Kavanaugh.”

Earlier in the day, Biden refused to release Senate records at the University of Delaware.

“The first is about your University of Delaware records, do you agree the reporting that those records were supposed to be revealed to the public and then they were resealed for a longer period of time until after you ‘leave public life,’” MSNBC’s Brzezinski said. “And if you agree with that, if that’s what happened, why did that happen?”

“The fact is that there’s a lot of things of speeches I’ve made, positions I’ve taken, interviews that I did overseas with people, all of those things relating to my job,” Biden said. “And the idea that they would all be made public in the fact while I was running for public office, they could be really taken out of context.”

“The papers are position papers, they are documents that existed and that when I, for example, when I met with Putin or when I met with whomever,” Biden added. “And all of that to be fodder in a campaign at this time and I don’t know of anybody who’s done anything like that.”

“Are you certain there was nothing about Tara Reade in those records, and, if so, why not approve a search of her name in those records?” Brzezinski hammered.

“Approve a search of her name?” Biden asked, clearly confused.

“Yes, and reveal anything that might be related to Tara Reade in the University of Delaware records,” Brzezinski replied.

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