But he stopped short of apologizing.
Trump 2020 senior campaign advisor Lara Trump expressed some suspicions that accusations of inappropriate touching against former Vice President Joe Biden happened to emerge on the cusp of his expected 2020 presidential announcement.
"It's an expansion of the GI Bill", she said, adding that it is a better solution to making college more accessible and affordable. I'm not sorry for any of my intentions. I'm not sorry for anything that I have ever done. "And I hate they way things have changed over the past 15-20 years". Biden, who served eight years as vice president under President Donald Trump's predecessor, Barack Obama, and decades as a US senator, is expected to announce his plans later this month.
In recent days, Biden has faced criticism over his tendency to touch and hug women during public events.
Earlier this week, Biden released a video in which he said he will be "more mindful" of people's personal space.
The enduring controversy underscores the challenge the 76-year-old career politician faces should he run.
Biden is widely believed to be preparing to launch a 2020 bid for the presidency, and he remains at the top of most polls of Democratic voters.
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But the doctored video retweeted by Trump shows images of Biden popping up behind the former vice president, touching and nuzzling him.
Trump said Friday he is "a very good messenger" to mock Biden and claimed that "people got a kick out of it".
In Wednesday's video, Biden said, "I've never thought of politics as cold and antiseptic".
Speaking to reporters after his speech, Biden said it wasn't his intent to "make light of anyone's discomfort".
"This country was not built by Wall Street banks, and CEOs and hedge fund managers", he said.
Former Vice President Joe Biden is joined by some children on stage, as he speaks at an International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers conference Friday in Washington.