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8,306 views • February 9, 2024

Angry Biden Blasts Special Counsel's Report on Classified Documents Case

NTD News
NTD News
The longstanding concerns about President Biden's age and memory intensified on Thursday as the nation's figurehead angrily criticized a special counsel's report investigating his possession of classified documents. The report described the 81-year-old Democrat's memory as “hazy,” “fuzzy,” “faulty,” “poor" and having “significant limitations.” It noted that Biden could not recall defining milestones in his own life such as when his son Beau died or when he served as vice president. While Biden will not face charges for mishandling classified documents, the report’s assertions about his memory could undermine Biden’s message to voters that he can lead the country. “My memory is fine,” Biden responded Thursday night from the White House, where he grew visibly angry in denying that he had forgotten when his son, Beau Biden died of brain cancer in 2015 at the age of 46. Source: US Network Pool via Associated Press
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