Lucy Flores, a former Nevada state assemblywoman, said she would without a doubt support former Vice President Joe Biden if he were to face off against President Trump in the general election, despite calling his behavior toward women “disqualifying” a day earlier.

Flores accused Biden on Friday of touching her inappropriately and kissing her on the back of her head at a campaign rally in 2014.

“That’s not even a question. Of course I would support Biden,” she told CBS News on Monday.

She told CNN on Sunday that Biden’s behavior is “disqualifying” for her.

“It is completely inappropriate,” she said. “And that is something that we should consider when we’re talking about the background of a person who is considering running for president. … For me it’s disqualifying. I think it’s up to everybody else to make that decision.”

Flores endorsed Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., in the Democratic presidential primaries in 2016, becoming a campaign surrogate. She has not endorsed a candidate in the 2020 cycle but attended former Texas U.S. Rep. Beto O’Rourke’s kickoff rally in El Paso, Texas, on Saturday.

She told CNN she had not discussed with any presidential campaign Biden’s alleged behavior before she went public with it Friday. Biden has yet to jump into the 2020 race but is widely expected to announced his campaign in the coming weeks.

Biden has said he does not recall his moments of affection as others have. On Monday, his spokesman released a statement attacking stories about his behavior as “smears and forgeries.”

Trump has also faced a slew of allegations of sexual misconduct, which he has vehemently denied.