The recent controversy surrounding former Vice President Joe Biden does not seem to have dissuaded him from the idea of running for president in 2020, according to reports.
Biden, who is now facing allegations of inappropriate private space behavior, has remained adamant about his desire to run for president and is still taking the whole situation very seriously, according to reports.
However, people around Biden -- including his spokesman -- have refused to provide additional comments on the situation.
There is some speculation that Biden might not run next year, and that he will slowly announce that he is pulling out of the race.
There does not seem to be any indication of that so far, however. Meanwhile, people have continued to comment on Biden’s recent misconduct allegations.
Some of the comments have come from current U.S. President Donald Trump himself, who did not miss the opportunity to mock Biden over his situation.
Others have commented that Biden should change his ways and show more respect to women if he wants to have any chance at the next election.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi stated: "I’m a member of the straight-arm club. I just pretend that you have a cold and I have a cold. Join the straight-arm club with me, if you will. I don’t think it’s disqualifying. [But] he has to understand in the world that we’re in now that people’s space is important to them, and what’s important is how they receive it and not necessarily how you intended it."
Biden himself seems to be trying to maintain his distance from the situation with the misconduct scandal.
He has not provided a real apology on the situation since the last developments on it, and his team has tried to shift attention in other directions when speaking in public.
Many believe that Biden will still have a hard time in the upcoming election as a result of the incidents though and that it might not hurt him to offer an apology to the public.
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