Video of the Day: Republican Senator’s Hilarious Response to Reporter Asking About Biden

WATCH: Joe Biden’s statement on personal space

Some politicians on both sides of the aisle have weighed in on the allegations of inappropriate touching by former Vice President Joe Biden.

So far, four women have come forward and accused him of making them feel uncomfortable with overly familiar touching including:

Lucy Flores: coming up from behind, touching her shoulders, sniffing her hair and planting a long kiss on the back of her head
D.J. Hill: moving a hand down her back
Caitlyn Caruso: touching her thigh right after she gave a speech about being sexually assaulted
Amy Lappos: pulling her head in for a kiss and rubbing noses

And there are other pictures and videos of Biden similarly touching women and girls in ways that seem creepy, inappropriate or overly familiar.

Many Democrats have now come to his defense including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) and Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV).

But reporters got a little bit of a different response from Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) when they asked him about Biden. And his response was both honest and probably speaking for a lot of Americans.

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“Just because you’re accused of something doesn’t mean you’re guilty of it. This is America and you have a right to due process.”

“On the other hand, this is no country for creepy old men,” he said. “Do I think it’s inappropriate to smell someone’s hair? To get so close to smell their hair? Well, yes. D’uh! If someone gets close enough to smell my hair, they may smell my hair, but they may lose some teeth. It’s inappropriate. But other than that, I don’t know what to say. This is no country for creepy old men. Leaning in and smelling a guys hair or a woman’s hair is a little bit too close for my judgment.”