Joe Biden Says He 'Wouldn't Be Surprised' If More Women Come Forward

Former Vice President Joe Biden made things even more uncomfortable after he took questions from reporters following allegations he crossed boundaries with multiple women.

Falling short of an apology, Biden told news outlets, “I’m sorry I didn’t understand more,” he said, adding, “I’m not sorry for any of my intentions.”

When asked if he expected more women to come forward to raise concerns about his past behavior Biden replied “I wouldn’t be surprised” adding “But I’ve had hundreds and hundreds of people who contact me and say the exact opposite.”

The questions flowed Biden's speech at the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers' constructions and maintenance conference on Friday morning.

During his speech, Biden reportedly put his arm around a young boy and told the audience "by the way, he gave me permission to touch him."

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