US Vice President Joe Biden wishes he could take Donald Trump ‘behind the gym’

October 22, 2016 3:28 pm

Vice President (file photo)

US Vice President Joe Biden says he wishes he could beat up Republican presidential nominee over his 2005 vulgar remarks about women. 
“The press always asks me don’t I wish I were debating him,” Biden said of Trump. “No, I wish we were in high school—I could take him behind the gym. That’s what I wish.”
Biden made the remarks on Friday night when was asked about Trump’s comments that were released by The Washington Post earlier this month in a tape in which the business mogul bragged about making unwanted sexual advances toward women.
Biden described the assertion as “disgusting”, stating, “What he says he did and does is the textbook definition of sexual assault. It’s more than that. He said because I’m famous, because I’m a star, because I’m a billionaire, I can do things other people can’t.”
Trump came under fire from both Republican and Democratic sides to drop out of the presidential race, although he apologized. Trump claimed that the remarks “don’t reflect who I am. I said it, I was wrong, and I apologize.”

A sign hold by an anti-Trump protester during a rally against the Republican presidential nominee in New York on October 17, 2016. (Photo by AFP)

Biden has formerly criticized Trump for posing a “threat to our democratic process.” He said the Republican nominee “was born with a silver spoon in his mouth that he’s now choking on because his foot’s in his mouth along with the spoon.”
Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton also described Trump as a “threat to American democracy” for refusing to honor the results of the general elections.
“On Wednesday night, Donald Trump did something no other presidential nominee has ever done,” Clinton said on Friday. “He refused to say that he would respect the results of this election. By doing that, he is threatening our democracy.”
With the election less than three weeks away, Trump leads Clinton 43 percent to 41 percent, according to a new Rasmussen survey released on Friday.
Almost 78 percent of Republicans and 15 percent of Democrats said they supported Trump. Clinton was supported by 77 percent of Democrats and 11 percent of Republicans, the poll shows.
Political leaders and commentators, however, have concluded that the possible presidency of either Trump or Clinton would be “the two worst things that could possibly happen to the country,” according to CNBC.
Since Trump has clinched to the presidential nomination, political leaders remain split as to which of the nominees would be the absolute worst and which would be only the second worst, CNBC wrote.
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