Comedian Chelsey Handler defended former Vice President Joe Biden on Friday, during an appearance on HBO’s “Real Time” with Bill Maher.
“I have to know what you think of Joe Biden and that whole thing,” Maher said.
“I think Joe Biden is just a grandfather, you know what I mean? And he’s old,” Handler replied.
“I don’t like comparing — I don’t like these stories of these women coming out and talking about a man smelling their hair or kissing the back of their head,” she continued.
“I think it diminishes people who have actually experienced bullsh*t,” Hander said.
“That’s what I was trying to say over there,” Maher said, referring to his opening monologue.
The segment then unexpectedly turned to the question of whether former U.K. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher was a “sexual predator.”
Wisconsin man charged with hate crime for intentionally killing motorcyclist out of anger at Trump
A Wisconsin man was charged with a hate crime for intentionally hitting a motorcyclist because he's angry about President Donald Trump.
Daniel Navarro swerved his truck into a motorcycle driven by 55-year-old Philip Thiessen, who died at the scene, and police said the crash was intentional and racially motivated, reported WGBA-TV.
"Navarro stated that if Trump and white people are going to create a world like we are living in, then he has no choice and people are going to have to die," the criminal complaint says.
Long tail of coronavirus can prolong suffering for months
They call themselves "long-haulers", "long-tailers", or simply survivors.
Some have been sick almost as long as the new coronavirus is known to have existed.
Six months after the virus began to scorch its way across the planet, it is becoming clear that COVID-19 causes far more symptoms than first suspected.
Thousands of people of all ages are staying sick for weeks or even months.
White House sidelining medical experts for ‘too much focus on public health’: AP reporter
President Donald Trump and other White House officials are reportedly tuning out public health experts -- who they believe are "deep state Democrats" who aren't working against the president's re-election.
The Washington Post reported that officials with the Centers for Disease Control are feeling pressure from the president to sign off on reopening schools and businesses despite dire coronavirus risks, and Associated Press reporter Jonathan Lemire told MSNBC's "Morning Joe" that's what he's hearing, as well.