Special Counsel Report on Classified Documents

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In all honesty - Biden probably forgot that it was he who brought up Beau's death.

Biden attacked Hur for asking him when Beau died. That didn't happen, sources say.

President Joe Biden lashed out at Robert Hur last week over one particular line in the special counsel's report on his handling of classified documents: that Biden "did not remember, even within several years, when his son Beau died."

“How in the hell dare he raise that?” Biden told reporters in an impromptu White House press conference. “Frankly, when I was asked the question, I thought to myself, it wasn’t any of their damn business.”

But Hur never asked that question, according to two people familiar with Hur’s five-hour interview with the president over two days last October. It was the president, not Hur or his team, who first introduced Beau Biden’s death, they said.

Biden raised his son’s death after being asked about his workflow at a Virginia rental home from 2016 to 2018, the sources said, when a ghost writer was helping him write a memoir about losing Beau to brain cancer in 2015. Investigators had a 2017 recording showing that Biden had told the ghost writer he had found “classified stuff” in that home, the report says.

https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/justice-department/biden-attacked-hur-asking-beau-died-didnt-happen-sources-say-rcna138709
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Anonymous wrote:The surest testimony to the accuracy of Hur’s assessment is that Democrats reserved their greatest ire not for the description itself, but for his temerity in writing it.

How dare Hur speak the truth about Biden's mental capacity?


This is not accurate at all.

The ire was that Hurr acted extremely partisan as if he was seeking approval fromTrump by damaging his main rival - and that he strayed from DOJ precedent when no criminal charges are found to abstain from much commentary.

Hurr found no criminal conduct or intent but took it upon himself to write hundreds of pages of opinion challenging the mental fitness of the president. Hurr went overboard and was extremely disrespectful to a sitting President.

It was tacky and unnecessary to cite his failure to have rapid recall regarding date of death for his son Beau.

The official who was present during the testimony said the questioning was often vague and difficult to answer promptly.


Oh, please. If this had been a report written about Trump, which included some descriptors of his memory or behavior, you'd be cheering from the rooftops. Face it. You all know the assessment of Biden is spot-on. You're just mad that it's been publicized for all to read.

And "the official" who was present was Biden's lawyer. Of course he's going to take Biden's side.
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Why are Democrats always so overdramatic and hysterical? From your link:

"Hur’s report released last week did not charge the president with a crime, but it painted a picture of a forgetful commander in chief who failed to properly protect highly sensitive classified information – a depiction that could hurt Biden politically and that Republicans have seized on."

All of the above is correct and pertinent. Deal with it.
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Anonymous wrote:The surest testimony to the accuracy of Hur’s assessment is that Democrats reserved their greatest ire not for the description itself, but for his temerity in writing it.

How dare Hur speak the truth about Biden's mental capacity?


Please show another special counsel report where the attorney makes medical assessments.


Correctly pointing out that someone is very forgetful is making a "medical assessment"? He did no such thing, but nice try.
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Anonymous wrote:The surest testimony to the accuracy of Hur’s assessment is that Democrats reserved their greatest ire not for the description itself, but for his temerity in writing it.

How dare Hur speak the truth about Biden's mental capacity?


Because it wasn’t truth; it was an unprofessional political hit way out of bounds. Hur had no case. Hur had no evidence. Everything after that was unwarranted pandering to keep from being kicked out of the Republican patronage network.


You've repeated this nonsense over and over and you just look absurd. Just admit you're mad because Hur has pointed out what the entire nation already knows.
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In all honesty - Biden probably forgot that it was he who brought up Beau's death.

Biden attacked Hur for asking him when Beau died. That didn't happen, sources say.

President Joe Biden lashed out at Robert Hur last week over one particular line in the special counsel's report on his handling of classified documents: that Biden "did not remember, even within several years, when his son Beau died."

“How in the hell dare he raise that?” Biden told reporters in an impromptu White House press conference. “Frankly, when I was asked the question, I thought to myself, it wasn’t any of their damn business.”

But Hur never asked that question, according to two people familiar with Hur’s five-hour interview with the president over two days last October. It was the president, not Hur or his team, who first introduced Beau Biden’s death, they said.

Biden raised his son’s death after being asked about his workflow at a Virginia rental home from 2016 to 2018, the sources said, when a ghost writer was helping him write a memoir about losing Beau to brain cancer in 2015. Investigators had a 2017 recording showing that Biden had told the ghost writer he had found “classified stuff” in that home, the report says.

https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/justice-department/biden-attacked-hur-asking-beau-died-didnt-happen-sources-say-rcna138709


Dear God, this man is diminished. They need to release the entire transcript so that Americans can see exactly who said what.
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The Justice Department defended Special Counsel Robert Hur's report on President Biden saying it was "consistent with legal requirements and Department policy" after the White House sent a pointed letter to the agency.

In the letter, obtained by Fox News, Associate Deputy Attorney General Bradley Weinsheimer defended the Hur report and its release to the public as being "consistent" with the DOJ's policy, and its legal requirements.

"Having carefully considered your arguments, the Department concludes that the report as submitted to the Attorney General, and its release, are consistent with legal requirements and Department policy," the letter, which was sent to White House Counsel Ed Siskel and Personal Counsel to Joe Biden Bob Bauer, said.

Weinsheimer noted that the fall-out surrounding the release of Hur's report on the president's memory was not "gratuitous" or "unduly prejudicial."

"The identified language is neither gratuitous nor unduly prejudicial because it is not offered to criticize or demean the President," the letter noted. "Rather, it is offered to explain Special Counsel Hur's conclusions about the President's state of mind in possessing and retaining classified information."
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Hoisted with their own stupid petard…
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Were they in the bathroom?
Anonymous
If it those documents were at the Penn-Biden Center and not Biden's bathroom in a semi-public space, how is that Biden's fault or responsibility?
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The GOP is asking for the same "classified" personal notes that Biden made while VP. This is highly irregular and inappropriate and possibly illegal.
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