“We can’t just put everyone aside,” she said.
The activist broke down what was wrong with the former vice president's response to allegations he subjected several women to unwanted touching.
Former Vice President Joe Biden has responded to allegations of inappropriate touching in a new video online.
The former vice president said he'd be "more mindful" but stopped short of apologizing to Lucy Flores and other accusers.
The former VP may have good intentions in his interactions with women, but that doesn't excuse potentially harmful behavior. Benevolent sexism can help us understand both of these things.
The president mocked Biden and pointed to his own history of alleged sexual harassment and assault.
"You’re eating your young. You’re eating those who can beat Trump," the "Morning Joe" co-host said.
“That’s not even a question," Flores told CBSN.
Amy Lappos, a former congressional aide, says the then-vice president grabbed her by the head and rubbed noses with her.
“I don’t want Joe to stop doing that," she said of Biden's tactile tendencies, which a Nevada politician said bothered her.
The former Nevada lawmaker suggested the former vice president's response to her allegations showed a lack of awareness.
During his many years in public life, "not once ― never ― did I believe I acted inappropriately,” he said.
Fellow 2020 candidate Julián Castro also backed Flores, who accused the former vice president of inappropriate touching in an op-ed Friday.
The way he touched her, she wrote, was in “an intimate way reserved for close friends, family, or romantic partners."
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