WASHINGTON (AP) — Joe Biden is facing campaign-style scrutiny even before launching a campaign.
That includes a focus on his behavior with women after several said his actions made them feel uncomfortable. Biden will make his first public appearance on Friday since women began recounting their experiences.
It’s unclear whether he will address the situation in his remarks to the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. But he said in a cellphone video released Wednesday that he understood “social norms have begun to change” and “the boundaries of protecting personal space have been reset.”
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Biden allies insist the eruption has done little to slow down planning for a 2020 presidential campaign. Barring the unforeseen, Biden is expected to announce his candidacy after Easter.
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