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Former U.S. Senator Claims He Threatened to 'Kick the S—t’ Out of Joe Biden for Being 'Handsy' Towards His Wife

Former U.S. Senator Scott Brown says he threatened to “kick the sh-t” out of Joe Biden during his swearing-in ceremony for being “handsy” with his wife.

Brown also served in the Trump administration as Ambassador to New Zealand and Samoa.

The former senator explained what happened during a “Burn Barrel podcast” appearance this week.

Host Tom Shattuck said, “Biden has taken a hit in the polls, especially in the last few months,” as “people are irked out about all the hair sniffing and things.”

“This thing with his granddaughter really stuck. Also, I think people are irked out about all the hair sniffing and things. Women are skeeved out by that stuff and he’s not a good guy. You know him,” Shattuck said.

Biden spent years refusing to acknowledge his son Hunter Biden’s four-year-old daughter Navy.

Shattuck asked if Biden was inappropriate with Brown’s wife during the swearing-in. “Or was I imagining that?” he asked.

“I told him I’d kick the s— out — I told him to stop, so yes,” Brown replied.

When pressed for details about what happened, Brown laughed and said it was “old news.”

“Yes, he didn’t act the way I thought he should, and we called him on it and that’s it,” he said.

“You called him on it to his face right there?” Shattuck asked.

“Oh yeah,” Brown replied.

Biden has a long history of seemingly inappropriate interactions with women and girls, which often include sniffing and touching.

Last month, a video of Biden in Helsinki went viral as he appeared to nibble on a young Finnish girl.

In June, Eva Longoria was filmed removing Biden’s hands from her body as he appeared to attempt to grope her at the White House.

The White House has not yet commented on the allegations.

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