Biden rape accuser Tara Reade seeks Russian citizenship

a woman Joe Biden accused of sexual assault during 2020 presidential election He appeared in Moscow on Tuesday and said he was seeking Russian citizenship from President Vladimir Putin.

Tara Reade, who briefly worked in the congressional offices of current President Biden in 1993, said she wanted to stay in Russia after Republican lawmakers told her she was in danger.

Reid, 59, said in an interview broadcast by Russian news agency Sputnik Media Group that he was in Russia on vacation.

“When I got off the plane in Moscow, I felt safe for the first time in a long time. “She’s still a little dazed, but she’s feeling great,” she said, according to The Guardian. “I feel so surrounded by protection and safety.”

Read made headlines in early 2020 with claim on podcast In August 1993, then-senator Biden allegedly sexually assaulted the 29-year-old in the hallways of the Capitol.

Her charges come at a time when Mr. Biden is stepping up his campaign against incumbent President Donald Trump. faced sexual abuse and rape accusations.

Mr. Biden flatly denied her allegations.

“It’s not true. I’m unequivocally saying it never happened and never happened,” he said.

Tara Reid poses for a photo during an interview with The Associated Press in April 2019 in Nevada City, Calif.

AP Photo/Donald Thompson

Reed said she filed a complaint after the alleged incident, but said no records were found of it, and it was unclear if her allegations had ever been formally investigated.

Court documents from 1996 say her ex-husband alleged sexual harassment while working for Biden’s office.

Reid, who calls himself a geopolitical analyst, said in an interview with Sputnik that he had been threatened with imprisonment, had his life threatened and was labeled a Russian agent after he made his allegations public in 2020.

Sitting alongside Maria Butina, the current member of parliament of Russia. Arrested and jailed in Washington in July 2018 As a suspected Russian spy before being arrested Released and deported in October 2019“I’ve always loved Russia,” Reed told an interviewer.

“I don’t see Russia as an enemy, nor do many of my fellow Americans,” she said, adding that she had one “big” request.

She wants to keep her American citizenship, but said, “I would like to apply for Russian citizenship to Vladimir Putin, President of the Russian Federation … I promise to be a good citizen.” .

According to The Guardian, Reid said of Boutina, “I am so grateful for all that you have given to Malia and me.” [protection] In a time when it is very difficult to know if you are safe. I didn’t want to just walk home and be caged or killed, so that’s basically my choice. “ Biden rape accuser Tara Reade seeks Russian citizenship

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