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New Poll Shows How Americans Really About Outcome Of Biden’s Classified Docs Case

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A recent Reuters/Ipsos poll revealed that over half of Americans believe President Biden received special treatment in the special counsel investigation into mishandling of classified documents, with 53% attributing this to his presidential status.

Special Counsel Robert Hur’s report highlighted Biden’s memory issues, including his inability to recall certain personal and political events.

Concerns about Biden’s age and mental capacity have been prominent, with a majority of respondents, including 71% of Democrats, deeming him too old for a second term.

Despite dismissals from the White House, these concerns persist, as evidenced by the upcoming physical exam’s exclusion of a cognitive test.

“After devastating floods, tornadoes, wildfires and hurricane, we’re going to keep working together to respond, to rebuild and boost resilience to extreme weather. My administration is also helping install rooftop solar to build a national network of electric vehicle charging stations for revitalizing fenceline communities smothered by the legacy of pollution like where I lived in Claymont,” Biden said.

“What I didn’t realize, and I’ve been around, I know it don’t look like it, but I’ve been around a while. I do remember that,” Biden said.

Biden himself attempted to address his memory issues with humor during a recent speech.

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