“When Joe Biden’s campaign announced Monday that the former vice president would hold a virtual town hall on Tuesday focused on how Covid-19 is impacting women, it seemed like the perfect opportunity — whether naturally arising or created by the candidate or his staff — for the de facto 2020 Democratic presidential nominee to address the allegations of sexual assault leveled at him by one-time Senate staffer Tara Reade.
“Except he didn’t.
“Biden, who used the town hall to tout a newly announced endorsement from 2016 Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, never mentioned the accusations and none of the pre-written questions from the audience, which were read by former Olympic figure skater Michelle Kwan, didn’t bring the topic up either.
“That is a missed opportunity — and a miscalculation by Biden and his team. Here’s why.”
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