Joe's Biden's campaign dispatched operatives to the University of Delaware's library in the past year to rifle through his secretive Senate records there, Business Insider reported Thursday — raising the possibility they accessed documents related to Tara Reade's accusation that he sexually assaulted her when she worked for him in 1993.
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Business Insider reports:
But one thing the Biden campaign is not encouraging journalists to do is check Biden's senate archives for any records that could corroborate or undermine Reade's accusations. Those records — 1,875 boxes full — remain sealed within the special-collections department at the University of Delaware's library. And the Biden campaign is ignoring calls to open them up.
But the campaign itself is curious about what is in those boxes and has dispatched operatives on at least one occasion to search through them, Insider has learned. Andrea Boyle Tippett, a spokeswoman for the University of Delaware, confirmed to Insider that people from the campaign have accessed the collection since Biden announced his presidential campaign in spring 2019. She added that the University of Delaware's library closed in mid-March because of the coronavirus and no one from the Biden campaign has gone to the library since its closure.
Full story here: https://t.co/Buo3FR8R26— Nicole Einbinder (@NicoleEinbinder) May 1, 2020
Joe Biden says his University of Delaware documents should not be revealed because he’s “running for public office” pic.twitter.com/GJgvpkq663— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) May 1, 2020
Here’s the truth about Biden’s Senate records.— Ronna McDaniel (@GOPChairwoman) May 1, 2020
They were donated to the University of Delaware a decade ago.
For years, we were told they would be released by now. But now, Biden is saying we can’t see them.
What is Biden hiding?https://t.co/s6MBFo1yMQ
Biden says there’s nothing related to Tara Reade in his University of Delaware Senate Records but just Campaign sent operatives to go through them?— Benny (@bennyjohnson) May 1, 2020
What’s going on here?#UnsealDelaware
Biden just address the Delaware documents. He repeatedly refused tp agree to release those papers to the public. Those papers could include references to past complaints or allegations. Why the resistance to allowing full access to these papers in Delaware?https://t.co/gKrMOKx54z— Jonathan Turley (@JonathanTurley) May 1, 2020
Joe Biden's University of Delaware Senate archive spanning nearly four decades and containing 1,875 boxes & 415 gigabytes of electronic data has not been made public, but the entire world has scrutinized Brett Kavanaugh's Summer of 1982 calendars from when he was 17 years old. pic.twitter.com/rT39Gjxcyo— JERRY DUNLEAVY (@JerryDunleavy) May 1, 2020