Donald Trump defends his retweet of Joe Biden parody video

Donald Trump defends his retweet of Joe Biden parody video

"I am very close to making a decision", Biden, who is polling as the party´s frontrunner despite not officially being in the race, told reporters after a speech to union workers in Washington.

Biden now faces allegations from multiple women that his physical behavior made them uncomfortable.

And Biden conceded, "I think it's going to have to change how I campaign".

Biden attempted to tamp down the controversy with a video in which he vowed to be "more mindful about respecting personal space in the future".

Trump 2020 senior campaign advisor Lara Trump expressed some suspicions that accusations of inappropriate touching against former Vice President Joe Biden happened to emerge on the cusp of his expected 2020 presidential announcement.

Biden's pledge took place in a video in which he said he understood that his touchy, affectionate behaviour upset some women and pledged to change his ways. "So that's not the reputation I've had since I was in high school, for God's sakes", he said.

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand said Friday she's running for president because she wants to "fight back" against President Donald Trump and how he has "destroyed the moral fabric" of who the United States is as a country.

Biden has not yet announced whether he intends to run for president in 2020. "I am not sorry for anything that I have ever done", he continued. Asked what's the hold up, he responded, "The hold up?"

He disputed that the rank-and-file Democratic voters had lurched that far left.

Two days earlier, he posted an online video in which he promised to stop invading people's personal space.

Whether they're women, men, young, old, it's the way I've always been and the way I've tried to show I care about them and I'm listening.

"I think he's only a threat to himself", Trump said at the White House before departing on a trip to California.

On Friday, Trump told reporters Biden is "going through a situation" and said he doesn't regard him as a political threat.

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