Tara Reade Wiki & Tara Reade Bio
Alexandra Tara Reade is a California freelance writer who accuses Joe Biden of sexual assault when he worked in his Senate office in 1993. According to Alexandra Tara Reade, she was in her twenties in 1993 when Biden, then a Senator from Delaware, touched her multiple times and made her feel uncomfortable. Reade said her responsibilities in the senator’s office were reduced after she refused to serve drinks at an event, which she called Biden’s wish because she liked his legs. Reade said she felt kicked out and left Biden’s job in August 1993 after about nine months.
Tara Reade Children
Tara Reade has a daughter. In March 2020, Tara Reade wrote about her daughter on Twitter. She tweeted: “On International Women’s Day. Love 💞to my daughter who grew to be a kind, intelligent and compassionate woman. For all the single moms, like me ,who worked with no child support. Let us hope for an better, healthier world. Go Bernie go!”
On International Women’s Day
Love 💞to my daughter who grew to be a kind, intelligent and compassionate woman. For all the single moms, like me ,who worked with no child support. Let us hope for an better, healthier world
Go Bernie go! #Bernie2020 #NotMeUs #BernieOrBust2020 pic.twitter.com/UA5IkkMnxj
— taratweets ( Alexandra Tara Reade) (@ReadeAlexandra) March 8, 2020
Joe Biden Sexual Assault Allegations
Other women accusing Joe Biden of sexual assault include former Nevada state Assemblywoman Lucy Flores, who told Time.com that Biden approached her in a 2014 campaign campaign and kissed the back of her head. . Another woman, Amy Lappos, said Biden touched her face and rubbed her nose with it at a 2009 fundraiser. Caitlyn Caruso said Biden put her hand on her thigh and hugged her at a college event. DJ. Hill said Biden in 2012 touched his shoulder before running his hand behind his back. In March 2019, Joe Biden denied in a statement that he acted inappropriately with women. He said: “In my many years in the campaign and in public life, I have offered countless handshakes, hugs, expressions of affection, support and comfort. And not once, never, did I think I had acted inappropriately. If it is suggested that I did, I will respectfully listen to it. But it was never my intention. I may not remember these moments in the same way, and I may be surprised by what I hear. But we have reached an important moment when women feel that they can and should relate their experiences, and men must pay attention. And I’ll do it. I will also continue to be the best advocate for women’s rights. I will fight to build on the work I have done in my career to end violence against women and ensure that women are treated with the equality they deserve. I will continue to surround myself with trusted female advisors who challenge me to see different perspectives than mine. And I will continue to speak on these vital issues where there is much more progress to be made and crucial fights to be fought and won. ”
— Bill Russo (@BillR) March 31, 2019
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