Two more people back parts of Tara Reade’s claims against Joe Biden

According to a new report from the NY Post, two more people corroborated some of Tara Reade’s claims that the former Vice President Joe Biden sexually assaulted her 27 years ago when she was a staffer in his Senate office, according to a report.

One person, who knew Reade in 1993, told the Associated Press that Reade mentioned the alleged assault when it happened.

The second person, who met Reade a decade after the alleged assault, confirmed having a conversation with Reade in 2007 or 2008 in which Reade talked about experiencing sexual harassment from Biden while working in his Senate office.

Both sources spoke anonymously to protect their families’ privacy, the report said.

That makes four people who have backed Reade’s some details of Reade’s claims.

Lynda LaCasse, a former neighbor of Reade’s in California, said Reade shared details about the alleged assault in the 1990s, while Lorraine Sanchez, a former colleague, told Business Insider that Reade complained to her about being sexually harassed by her former boss in Washington.

Reade was among eight women who claimed Biden made them feel uncomfortable with inappropriate displays of affection.