Joe Biden’s representative said Friday that the previous VP does not review kissing a Nevada political hopeful on the back of her head in 2014.
The claim was made in a New York Magazine article composed by Lucy Flores, a previous Nevada state delegate and the 2014 Majority rule candidate for Nevada lieutenant senator.
Flores’ case comes as Biden, the early pioneer in national Popularity based presidential surveys, is in the last phases of choosing whether to look for the 2020 selection. Biden has been finding a way to gather a political group in early-casting a ballot states, for example, Iowa and South Carolina.
In the article distributed Friday, Flores composed that she and Biden were holding on to make that big appearance amid a rally in Las Vegas before the 2014 decision.
“I felt two hands on my shoulders. I solidified. ‘For what reason is the VP of the US contacting me?'” Flores composed. “He continued to plant a major moderate kiss on the back of my head.”
Flores said Biden’s conduct “made me feel uneasy, net, and confounded,” including, “Regardless of whether his conduct wasn’t fierce or sexual, it was disparaging and discourteous.”
Biden representative Bill Russo said in an announcement Friday, “Neither at that point, nor in the years since, did he or the staff with him at the time have a suspicion that Ms. Flores had been whenever awkward, nor do they review what she depicts.”
Russo said Biden “trusts Ms. Flores has each privilege to share her own memory and reflections, and that it’s an improvement in our general public that she has the chance to do as such.”