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Subpoena Issued For Joe Biden’s ‘Poor’ Memory Deposition

via New York Post
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The House Oversight Committee subpoenaed the deposition transcript of Special Counsel Robert Hur’s interview with President Biden regarding the classified documents found at his Delaware home.

Hur’s report described Biden as having a “poor memory.” The Justice Department missed the February 19th deadline to turn over the transcript.

Reps. Jordan and Comer want the transcript to understand the extent of Biden’s memory issues and evaluate his fitness for office, since Hur raised concerns.

Rep. Comer wrote, “Americans expect equal justice under the law and DOJ is allowing the Bidens to operate above it. Special Counsel Hur’s report outlined that classified documents Joe Biden stashed for years relate to countries where his family cashed in on the Biden brand.”

“We owe it to the American people to provide transparency and accountability about the extent of Joe Biden retaining sensitive materials and the concerns raised about his current mental state and fitness to be President of the United States,” he continued.

Rep. Jordan added, “The transcripts and materials from his investigation are critical to our oversight work.”

However, the White House dismissed the memory characterization as “gratuitous” and politically motivated.

If released, the transcript could provide transparency and accountability about Biden retaining sensitive documents, given polls show growing concerns from Americans and one-third of Democrats about his mental fitness.

But the media has largely defended Biden and dismissed questions about his health as “ageist.”

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