CNN in 2008: Biden temporarily detained for following women to all-female dorm

May 9, 2020 / 2K views

Back in 2008, this video aired on CNN. It shows the reporter saying basically, "[Joe Biden] playfully admitted he was arrested more than 40 years ago. ... He said he was attending a football game between his university and Ohio University, and he mistakenly followed what he called ... ‘a lovely group of women’ into an all-female dormitory."

Back in 2008, CBS did an article on this and had a bigger quote from Joe Biden about it.

They reported:

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"Now I made a little mistake here that day, I made a little mistake.

"I wandered in, I met this lovely group of Ohio University…students," Biden said winkingly to laughs from the crowd.

"And uh, without knowing it, I shouldn't admit this on national television because it'll reveal that I'm over 60, but I thought that we were gonna go get something to eat. What's that street you have down there, all you guys? See, I…and so I just said to young, two young women I had met, said well why don't you…we'll be right back, I said well I'll come with you, and they said okay, and I walked into their dormitory and was immediately accosted by a cop who arrested me because back in those days men were not allowed in women's dormitories."

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"But I promise you I never breached the first floor and it was only a temporary detention. But that's what I most remember about Athens. So folks look, it's good to be back here."

Well, that sounds about right for a goofy college guy... but for Joe Biden, that just adds to his history of being a creeper.

Source: cbsnews

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