Biden Lashes Out Over Criticism of Failing Memory

( – In 2023, US Attorney General Merrick Garland tapped Attorney Robert Hur as special counsel overseeing the classified documents incident involving President Joe Biden (D). Hur recently released his report stating there would be no charges brought against the US leader, but it also included language that infuriated Biden, and he wasn’t shy about sharing his views on the matter.

On February 8, Newsmax reported on the president’s address to the nation following the scathing report that put his mental competency into question. Biden appeared live on television to tell all Americans that his “memory is fine.” What really angered the president was the implication that he didn’t remember when his son, Beau Biden, died. President Biden said, “How in the hell dare he raise that?” The US leader said he didn’t need anyone reminding him of that tragic event, as he could never forget when his son lost his life.

While taking questions from the press, Biden admitted that he was, indeed, a “well-meaning … elderly man,” but he also knows exactly what he’s doing as America’s leader. In fact, the president asserted that he’s gotten America back on track during his three years in office.

Vice President Kamala Harris also seemed highly offended about the language Hur used in his report, stating the special counsel’s reference to Biden’s memory was clearly “politically motivated” and “gratuitous.” Harris went on to praise President Biden, stating she has seen him in action as a leader dealing with crises that he’s handled with expert command. The vice president then slammed Hur’s integrity.

Meanwhile, the report set off alarms in the GOP, with House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) stating the report shows Biden is “unfit” to continue as president. White House Special Counsel Richard Sauber and Attorney Bob Bauer, Biden’s personal lawyer, sent a letter to Hur saying his “highly prejudicial language” had “no place in a Department of Justice report.”

In the end, Biden will face no charges.

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