Will Trump’s new Biden nickname be ‘Creepy Joe?’


A top super PAC supporting President Trump’s reelection campaign will release a new advertisement on Tuesday taking aim at the controversy around former Vice President Joe Biden, who has been accused by two women of inappropriate touching.

The Great America PAC is putting six figures behind a digital ad called “Creepy Joe.” The ads will also run on television if Biden gets into the presidential race, as expected.

The ad features images of children watching an interview between CNN’s Jake Tapper and Nevada state legislator Lucy Flores, a Democrat who accused Biden of inappropriate contact.

“To have the vice president of the United States do that to me, so unexpectedly and just kind of out of nowhere, it was just shocking, because you don’t expect that kind of behavior, you don’t expect that…from someone so powerful and someone who you have no relationship with whatsoever, to touch you and to feel you and to be so close to you in that way,” Flores says.



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