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President Biden Unleashes Explicit Outburst in Private Following Release of Scathing Special Counsel Report

In a closed-door function in Virginia, President Joe Biden reportedly unleashed a vulgar outburst upon learning that he would not face charges for mishandling classified documents, although the special counsel investigating him raised concerns about his cognitive state. Special counsel Robert Hur’s extensive report labeled Biden’s mishandling of sensitive government materials as “willful” but recommended against charges, citing potential juror sympathy due to Biden’s memory issues. The report disclosed Biden’s inability to recall key moments, including the years he served as vice president and his son Beau Biden’s death. (westernjournal.com) The president, visibly angered, disputed an excerpt from Hur’s report during a private moment with House Democrats, vehemently defending his memory. The excerpt revealed Biden’s lapses, stating, “[Biden] did not remember when he was vice president, forgetting on the first day of the interview when his term ended (‘if it was 2013 — when did I stop being Vice President?’), and forgetting on the second day of the interview when his term began (‘in 2009, am I still Vice President?’).” This revelation left Biden emotionally charged as he questioned, “You think I would f***ing forget the day my son died?” The president’s frustration continued in a subsequent gathering with a larger group of House Democrats, where he expressed his anger without the expletive but remained defiant. ( 🔗 Mother, 33, hanged herself after she was left ‘completely broken’ when her hand was amputated following years of delays to her cancer treatment ) Politico’s Playbook reported Biden’s outrage, emphasizing his emotional response to the reference to his son Beau and his subsequent mix-up of Egyptian President ABDEL FATTAH EL-SISI with the “president of Mexico.” Hur’s report painted Biden as an “elderly man with a poor memory,” casting doubt on the Justice Department’s ability to secure a conviction, given potential juror sympathy for an octogenarian former president facing serious felony charges. The report’s characterization of Biden as “significantly limited” adds a layer of complexity to an already emotionally charged situation, raising questions about the intersection of legal accountability and the challenges posed by an aging leader’s cognitive state. ( 📺 Biden Faces Moment of Pause and Closes Eyes During Discussion on Hamas (Video) ) (westernjournal.com) The unfolding narrative demands contemplation from a politically mature audience, urging a nuanced examination of the delicate balance between personal accountability and the responsibilities of presidential office.

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