After being accused by several women of unwanted touching and kissing, Joe Biden is actually attacking President Donald Trump for not curing cancer.
During his acceptance speech for a lifetime achievement award from the National Minority Quality Forum’s Annual Summit on Health Disparities in Washington, D.C., Biden said the Trump White House did not share his desire to fight cancer.
Biden, who is considering running for president, said he discussed reaching out to the Trump administration about fighting cancer and building on the work he did with President Obama to battle cancer.
“What happened was, we did a lot of good work with your help on the Moonshot,” Biden said. “And when we left, I went to this administration and said, ‘You can do a lot. Move.’ But it wasn’t their priority at the time.”
But wait, that’s not the only shameless thing Biden said.
The former vice president even found a way to play the race card during his speech, as if cancer discriminates.
In the past two weeks, at least four women have accused the former vice president of inappropriately kissing and touching them.
Former Nevada Democratic lawmaker Lucy Flores published a column last week and accused Biden of grabbing her shoulders, smelling her hair, and kissing her head without consent at a 2014 campaign event.
Amy Lappos, a former volunteer congressional aide for Democratic Connecticut Rep. Jim Himes, claimed that during a fundraising event in 2009, Biden grabbed her head and pulled her in close to rub noses.
Several other women also came forward with similar stories about Creepy Joe.