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Biden and Trump are not equals in terms of sexual assault allegations | READER COMMENTARY

Tara Reade, who worked as a staff assistant in Joe Biden's Senate office in 1993, helping manage the office interns, April 11, 2020. Reade has accused Biden of assaulting her in 1993 and says she told others about it. A Biden spokeswoman said the allegation is false and former Senate office staff members do not recall such an incident.
Tara Reade, who worked as a staff assistant in Joe Biden's Senate office in 1993, helping manage the office interns, April 11, 2020. Reade has accused Biden of assaulting her in 1993 and says she told others about it. A Biden spokeswoman said the allegation is false and former Senate office staff members do not recall such an incident. (Max Whittaker/The New York Times)

Leonard Pitts Jr. is mistaken in saying that the coming presidential contest is one between two candidates “alleged to have committed sexual assault” (“The sexual assault claim against Joe Biden,” April 20).

It is a contest between one candidate alleged to have committed a sexual assault and another who is on record as boasting about committing multiple sexual assaults.

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Paul Romney, Baltimore

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