Joe Biden enraged at being called ‘elderly man with poor memory’ by panel appointed by his administration

Feb 9, 2024

Washington: Angry US President Joe Biden lash out at someone who is said to be “well-intentioned” elderly man with poor memory“A Justice Department special counsel concluded after the investigation that he mishandled classified documents after his vice-presidency.
While special counsel Robert Hur's 388-page report released Thursday was enough to conclude that he kept classified documents in his garage after leaving office, the report, on sympathetic grounds, says the 81-year-old president did not Can do. The indictment was even more politically damaging: a jury would take into account his advancing age and “diminishing abilities.”
The comments angered Biden, who is running for a second term in the White House amid concerns about his age and mental acuity. He hastily called a press conference at the White House to back down, and this only added to his troubles: he annexed Egypt to Mexico and he criticized Egyptian leader Abdel Fattah al-Sisi when he questioned the situation in Gaza. Said the President of Mexico. ,
He added, “I think as you know initially, Mexican President al-Sisi did not want to open the gate for humanitarian material to enter. I talked to him. I convinced him to open the gate.” To explain its efforts to improve the situation in Gaza.
This mix-up might normally have attracted little attention given Biden's frequent mistakes, but given that the main purpose of the press conference was to emphasize his mental alertness, it became even more glaring.
Shortly before the snafu, Biden pointed to his accomplishments, saying, “I know what I'm doing! My memory is not messed up. My memory is fine. What have I done since becoming president , take a look at that.” His presidency.
He said sarcastically, “Nobody thought I would pass any of the things I passed. How did it happen? I guess I forgot what was going on…”.
When a Fox News reporter, who often trolls him, asked “How bad is your memory and can you continue to be president,” Biden said, “My memory is so bad that I let you speak. “
The US President was particularly concerned over the special counsel's report which stated that he had trouble even remembering the day his son Beau died, saying, “He could not even remember within several years “When his son Beau died.” [May 2015],
“How dare he bring this up? I don't need anyone, I don't need anyone to remind me of when he died. To be honest, when I was asked this question, I 'It's none of their damn business,' Biden fumed.
According to the report, Biden sat down for questions with Hur's investigators on October 8 and October 9, appearing confused on several issues. He “did not remember when he was Vice President, forgot the first day of the interview when his term ended ('If it was 2013 – when did I stop being Vice President?'), and forgot the second day of the interview when His tenure began ('In 2009, am I still Vice President?')”
The Biden White House condemned Hur's report, which was appointed His own administration said in January 2023 that it “contains a number of inaccurate and inappropriate comments.” Biden also noted differences between his handling of the classified matter and that of former President Trump, which Hur's report also noted.
The report said that unlike Trump, President Biden handed over classified documents to the National Archives and DOJ, consented to the search of multiple locations including his home, sat for a voluntary interview, and cooperated with the investigation.

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