Joe Biden on Tuesday complained about the effects of the "White Man's Culture" and deplored his own role in the Supreme Court hearings, which undermined Anita's credibility nearly three decades ago.
Former vice president and potential candidate of the 2020 Democratic Party said Hill, who is black, could not have been forced to confront a group of "white guys" over their allegations of sexual harassment against Clarence Thomas.
"To this day, I do not regret that I could find a way to give her the kind of hearing she deserves," he said Tuesday night, reiterating comments he made last fall over debates over sexual misconduct Brett Kavanaugh had submitted during his confirmation procedure before the Supreme Court. "I wish I could have done something."
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Biden's role in the 1991 Thomas Confirmation hearings is one of his many political challenges as he considers bidding for the presidency in 2020. When he throws his hat into the already overcrowded ring, he belongs to a handful of white men in a field of democrats in which there are several women and minorities.
His statements about Hill were quickly condemned in the social media, with many pointed out at the time of the hearing he was chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee.
"It literally does not matter what Biden says about sexual assault, if he can not acknowledge his own guilt, condemning a sex offender to the Supreme Court and then pretending he was for years as if he were powerless to stop it "tweeted Jessica Morales Rocketto, a former advisor to Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign for 2016, who now serves as political director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance. (Thomas has long denied the allegations.)
Actress and political activist Mia Farrow called Biden's role in the 1991 hearings "shameful."
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"I love you, Joe, but you've been able to do better – and you have not," she said.
Adolescents who have helped to combat sexual assault on the campus. The event, held at a venue called the Russian Tea Room, was hosted by the Biden Foundation and the non-profit It's on Us group that founded Biden in 2014 with former President Barack Obama.
Biden called on Americans to "change culture." "This is centuries old and allows omnipresent violence against women." It is an English jurisdiction culture, the culture of a white man. It needs to change, "he said.
The former vice president also repeatedly denounced violence against women in his remarks, which lasted more than half an hour, and is a topic he knows well, as a Senator from Delaware led he cited the Violence Against Women Act in 1990.  BIDEN ADVISERS QUILET UP CAMPAIGN TEAM, ENDORSEMENTS BEFORE THE COMPETITION OF 2020 BID The man has the right to hold a woman's hand no matter what she wears, she does who she is, unless it's self-defense, never, "he said Tuesday.
Then he chatted with him a member of a college fraternity.
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. "If you see a brother entering a drunken staircase at a college fraternity home, and you do not go up, you're a fucking coward," Biden said. "You do not deserve to be called a man."
The Associated Press contributed to this report.