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A former U.S. senator said during an interview this week that he told then-Vice President Joe Biden that he would “kick the s***” out of him after Biden allegedly got handsy with his wife.
Former U.S. Senator Scott Brown (R-NH), who later served as U.S. Ambassador to New Zealand during the Trump administration, made the remarks during an interview on “Tom Shattuck’s Burn Barrel.”
Shattuck began the segment by noting that Biden has been dropping in the polls for a variety of reasons in recent months, quipping that “people are irked out about all the hair sniffing and things.”
“Women are skeeved out by that stuff and he’s not a good guy. You know him,” Shattuck said to Brown.
Brown said that he did know Biden and that the 80-year-old’s health problems are making things worse for the president.
“We all know people who have dementia and have the beginning of Alzheimer’s and, you know, he’s got it,” Brown said. “It’s the walk, it’s the way he’s mumbling, his anger outbursts, and you know, it’s a shame that we can’t do better, as I said, in this great country, but you know a lot of people don’t wanna run because of everything you’re seeing now.”
Shattuck then brought up a story that Brown told him several years ago about when Biden allegedly got inappropriate with his wife.
“When you got sworn in as senator, was he like hair-sniffing Gail or handsy with Gail, or did I imagine that?” Shattuck asked.
“Yeah, yeah,” Brown responded. “I told him I’d kick the s*** out — I told him to stop, so yes.”
Brown said that Biden “didn’t act the way I thought he should and we called him on it and that’s it.”
When asked if he called out Biden right to his face as it happened, Brown responded, “Oh yeah.”