"This is not Trump world."
Former Vice President Joe Biden visited The Grand Opera House in Wilmington, Delaware on Sunday during a tour for his new book, "Promise me, Dad: A Year of Hope, Hardship and Purpose," when he was interrupted by an audience member who accused him of sexual misconduct .
A man in the crowd stood up and interrupted Biden, who was speaking of
Why: What the man was referring to is a video from 2016 in which Biden is seen holding a girl in front of him for a photo-op.
The video quickly started circulating around right-wing media, feeding into a consistent attempt to depict the former vice president as a sexual predator.
This line of accusation against him has also served as a go-to Whataboutism during the controversy around the time Roy Moore, the Alabama Republican who has been accused of sexual assault by a number of women, was running his failed Senate bid.
Biden has advocated for women, working with the "It's On Us" campaign, a national movement to end sexual assault.
Biden also stated in March that he would