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BREAKING: Biden Says Creepy Allegations Will Change How He Campaigns, Confirming He's Running for President

Speaking to reporters after a speech to the  International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Conference
in Washington D.C. Friday afternoon, former Vice President Joe Biden said allegations of inappropriate touching will change the way he campaigns, confirming he still plans on getting into the race for the White House.

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"Of course it will change the way I campaign," Biden said.  

When asked directly if he'll jump into the race, Biden said he was still "deciding."

A number of women have come forward in recent weeks, all of them Democrats, and accused Biden of inappropriate touching and serious invasions of personal space.

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Earlier this week, Biden issued an explanation for his behavior but did not apologize.

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