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There have been multiple sexual harrassment accusations leveled at Joe Biden, but the media hasn't pressed him on the issue.
President Trump used the stage at the RNC to hammer Joe Biden.
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For 47 years, Joe Biden took the donations of blue collar workers; gave them hugs… and even kisses.
It took a while for the audience to catch onto the joke.
But once people realized exactly what President Trump said, they began laughing and erupted into applause.
See the epic Biden burn below:
If the media won't give attention to "creepy Joe" allegations, then Donald Trump is making sure that the American people know!
According to the Daily Mail:
Donald Trump alluded to allegations that Joe Biden is sometimes 'handsy' and physically inappropriate with women as he issued several insults against the Democratic nominee during his Republican Convention acceptance speech Thursday evening.
'For 47 years, Joe Biden took the donations of blue collar workers, gave them hugs and even kisses –' Trump then paused mid-sentence as the 1,500-person audience laughed and cheered.
Trump concluded his thought with: ' – and told them he felt their pain.'
'And then he flew back to Washington and voted to ship their jobs to China and many other distant lands,' he accused. 'Joe Biden spent his entire career outsourcing the dreams of American Workers, offshoring their jobs, opening their borders, and sending their sons and daughters to fight in endless foreign wars.'
The president added: 'Joe Biden is not the savior of America's soul – he is the destroyer of America's Jobs, and if given the chance, he will be the destroyer of American Greatness.'
Trump's joke landed strong with his South Lawn crowd of ultra-loyalists, administration and campaign aides, advisers and staffers and his family sitting at the right of the stage.
The 77-year-old Democratic candidate has come under fire for being too touchy-feely with women.
Many accusations against Biden stem from awkward photographs, including one in 2015 when he is shown grabbing the shoulders of Stephanie Carter from behind and whispering in her ear as her husband Ash Carter was delivering his Secretary of Defense acceptance speech.
Other photos show him awkwardly groping Amie Parnes, a reporter with The Hill, during a 2013 holiday party. And another image captured the then-vice president getting so close with a woman during a 2012 campaign stop in Ohio that his forehead touched the side of her head.
But the most serious accusations came in March 2019, when Nevada lawmaker Lucy Flores revealed in New York Magazine that Biden grabbed her by the shoulders and kissed her hair during a campaign event in Las Vegas in 2014 – she was 35 at the time.
'I felt him get closer to me from behind. He leaned further in and inhaled my hair' then 'proceeded to plant a big slow kiss on the back of my head,' Flores wrote.
Of course, the media is criticizing President Trump for shedding light on the issue of "creepy Joe."
However, how many Americans are now just learning about the legitimate accusations against Biden?
The media likes to accuse Trump, but Biden has been protected in his basement.
Last week, you might have noticed that Joe Biden and the Democrats appeared to only criticize America.
They painted a dark picture of the country.
But President Trump showcased a love for America!
In fact, the stage was decorated with 54 American flags!
According to Yahoo News:
President Trump is a man who loves a good American flag. He's been known to tenderly pat Old Glory from time to time, and once gave a flag in Tampa the sort of hug typically reserved for long lost relatives, or soldiers returning home from war. Yes indeed, Trump is a man who loves the flag.
Fittingly, on Thursday, the final night of the Republican convention, Trump will be flanked on stage by no fewer than 54 of his star-spangled friends (technically 55, if you count the one on top of the White House). Sure, there will be those who say that 54 is maybe an unnecessary amount of flags, that people start to get the point — that gee, this man sure loves America! — around 12 or 13.
But Trump doesn't want there to be any confusion. He will put every flag salesman in the Capital Region out of business so long as you make no mistake: he loves! the! flag!
Tonight, it couldn't be more clear how much President Trump loves America.
Trump's message was optimistic and forward-looking.
Last week, the Democrats delivered a message of doom and gloom.
Trump cast a clear vision for his second term.
We must vote for 4 more years of pro-America and a president that puts ALL Americans first!