Tina Brown, the longtime editor and founder of the Women in the World summit, said Tuesday that Vice President Joe Biden might have to end his campaign for president before it begins, Mediaite reports.
Biden was recently accused of inappropriate behavior by former legislator Lucy Flores, who said the vice president got uncomfortably close to her at an event in 2014. Biden said in an interview last weekend that he never believed he “acted inappropriately.”
Brown said in an interview on MSNBC that “Joe Biden comes from the sort of crustacean era of gender relations, let’s face it. He is a man who is from a wholly different, kind of alpha man strutting the world generation.”
She added, “There is a reason why this movement after Me Too is called Time’s Up. There is a reason why he shouldn’t run, really — which is that it’s not about this that he shouldn’t run. But it’s because he’s not nimble in the mores and the language of today. And I think he’s going to spend a lot of campaign apologizing for all kinds of things he did or didn’t do. Baggage from the past. I think he’s an amazing, noble guy in many, many ways. But I suspect that time is up for Joe Biden.”
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