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MSNBC Host Highlights Biden’s Sexual Assault Accusations & Liberals Try To Fire Him

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The left displayed mounting anger towards Chris Hayes, an MSNBC host, for hosting a discussion on the sexual assault accusations levied against Democratic Party’s Joe Biden. 

Hayes has set a record of sorts by becoming the first host of a prime-time TV program to hold a discussion touching on the sexual assault accusations facing Biden. 

Hayes, who hosts the popular “All-In” show, has been one of the most consistent critics of President Donald Trump. In the process, he became a darling-of-sort of the Democrats. 

On Wednesday night, he hosted Rebecca Traister, a New York magazine journalist who recently wrote an essay – “The Biden Trap” – in which she criticized the former Vice President. 

According to Traister, Biden should be on the forefront of answering questions regarding the accusations by Tara Reade. 

According to Traister, Biden should be on the forefront of answering questions regarding the accusations by Tara Reade. 

Instead, Biden’s inaction here has forced several top female politicians, whose names are mentioned as his potential running mate, to answer these questions. 

Although Biden has been in tons of interviews locally and nationally, he has not been asking questions regarding these allegations. 

During this week’s show, Hayes said, “Biden is going to have to address these questions. He can no longer allow Stacey Abrams or Kirsten Gillibrand do that job for him.”

Abrams’ name appears in the list of candidates that the former Vice President could appoint as his running mate in this year’s Presidential Elections. 

Biden’s supporters bashed Hayes for his views. They blamed President Trump’s supporters for getting #FireChrisHayes trending. 

Nevertheless, Hayes also received support from multiple sources with many of them vilifying Biden for failing to handle the matter personally. 

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