Not so fast, according to the Times

Not so fast, according to the Times

Not so fast, according to the Times. BuzzFeed reported the existence of talking points distributed by the Biden campaign improperly suggest a New York Times investigation found that the allegation Tara Reades “did not take place,” said Times, vice president of communications, Danielle Rhoades Ha, in a statement said that the Washington Free Beacon, adding Our investigation has made no conclusions anyway. The Biden campaign asked supporters to consider the report as proof of Times Bidens innocence. Biden campaign cites the story they had changed their talking points. New York Times said Biden Lying about their investigation into the sexual assault allegation talking points circulated by the Biden campaign asking supporters to quote a New York Times investigation into the sexual assault accuser Tara Reade improperly suggest that the Times concluded the 1993 incident never took place. NY Times wrote a story. photo Story is modified at the request of the Biden campaign. Stephen L. Photo via Business Insider Discussion points, first reported Monday by BuzzFeed, counselor to say allegation substitutes did not take place, and that a thorough review by the New York Times led to the truth . Biden allies circle discussion points with the story that they had changed. another friend and brother Reades say she told them of a sexual incident involving traumatic Biden. As BuzzFeed reported correctly, our history has found three former employees of the Senate Reade said she complained to everyone simultaneously which either did not remember the incident and said he has not taken place, Rhoades Ha said. Washington Talking points Free Beacon Biden were repeated by supporters, including Vice President Stacey Abrams and hopefuls Sen.