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Ex-Obama Attorney General Slams Report On Biden’s Poor Memory

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Former Attorney General Eric Holder criticized Special Counsel Robert Hur’s report on President Joe Biden’s memory, calling it inconsistent with DOJ traditions and containing gratuitous remarks.

The report stated that Biden couldn’t recall when his son Beau died and described him as an elderly man with a poor memory.

“Special Counsel Hur report on Biden classified documents issues contains way too many gratuitous remarks and is flatly inconsistent with long standing DOJ traditions,” Holder wrote on X. “Had this report been subject to a normal DOJ review these remarks would undoubtedly have been excised.”

Biden defended his mental capacity, while several former Obama administration officials spoke out against the report’s comments.

“I’m well-meaning, and I’m an elderly man, and I know what the hell I’m doing. I’ve been president and I put this country back on its feet,” Biden said.

“Hur, a lifelong Republican and creature of DC, didn’t have a case against Biden, but he knew exactly how his swipes could hurt Biden politically,” Jim Messina said.

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