Special Counsel Hur set to testify publicly regarding a report exposing concerns about Biden’s memory and age

by | Feb 15, 2024

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Special Counsel Robert Hur is in the final stages of preparing to testify before Congress regarding his recently published report on Biden's mishandling of classified documents.

Hur's report unveiled Biden's significant memory issues, heightening voters' longstanding concerns about the president's age. According to Axios, Hur's anticipated testimony, slated for early March, is expected to take place before the House Judiciary Committee.

Republican lawmakers are poised to focus on the report's various instances illustrating Biden's unreliable memory. Hur characterized Biden as “a sympathetic, well-meaning, elderly man with a poor memory,” highlighting Biden's inability to recall the year his son, Beau, passed away, as well as the years he served as vice president.

Hur's testimony presents an opportunity to address queries that emerged after the report's publication. Notably, Biden suggested that Hur's team directly inquired about Beau's death following the report's release.

According to a report from NBC News on Wednesday, it was Biden who mentioned Beau during the interview, not Hur. The White House promptly responded to news of Hur's testimony on Thursday.

Source: Fox News

Update: Robert Hur is now scheduled to testify before Congress on March 12 regarding Biden’s handling of classified documents.

Source: Washington Examiner

 

 

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