WATCH: Tara Reade Responds to Biden’s Denial, Says He Should Withdraw from Race

In her first on-camera interview since Joe Biden denied her sexual assault allegations on “Morning Joe,” Tara Reade responds to Biden.

Reade also calls for Biden to drop out.

WATCH:

Megyn Kelly:

Let’s talk about what [Joe Biden] said, because he went on TV last Friday and said, “first of all, it never happened. Period, end of report. This did not happen.” He did say, in his view, “accusers should start off with the presumption that they’re telling the truth.” Do you think he’s afforded you that presumption?

Tara Reade:

No, it’s been stunning, actually, how some of his surrogates with the blue checks that have been saying really horrible things about me and to me on social media. He hasn’t himself, but there’s a measure of hypocrisy with the campaign saying it’s safe. It’s not been safe. All my social media’s been hacked, all my personal information has been dragged through.

Every person who maybe has a gripe against me, an ex-boyfriend or an ex-landlord or whatever it is, has been able to have a platform, rather than me, talking about things that have nothing to do with 1993. Even the whole thing about being called a Russian agent, that in particular. That incites people. I got a death threat from that because they thought I was being a traitor to America.

These are serious things. And his campaign is taking this position that they want all women to be able to speak safely. I have not experienced that.

Megyn Kelly:

If he’s watching this, what do you want to say to him?

Tara Reade:

I want to say, “You and I were there, Joe Biden. Please step forward and be held accountable. You should not be running on character for President of the United States.

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Megyn Kelly:

You want him to withdraw?

Tara Reade:

I wish he would, but he won’t. But, I wish he would. That’s how I feel, emotionally.

Megyn Kelly:

Do you want an apology?

Tara Reade:

I think it’s a little late.