DOJ Special Counsel Attacked For Admitting Truth About Biden

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( – On Sunday, former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara stated that the report by special counsel Robert Hur which included an assessment of President Biden’s memory was a “gratuitous, superfluous statement.”

The 388-page report, released on Thursday dealt with Biden’s classified documents case. In his assessment, Hur noted that Biden had “willfully” retained classified documents, however, he determined that charges should not be pressed. He also assessed that Biden during the interviews had come off as a “sympathetic, well-meaning, elderly man with a poor memory.”

In the report, it was alleged that Biden had not been able to remember the year that his son Beau had passed away or when he had stopped being the vice President. 

On Sunday in an interview with ABC News’s “This Week” Bharara argued that he did not believe that it was “correct” and that the majority of legal experts would agree with him on his assessment of the report as a “gratuitous, superfluous” document with comments about Biden’s memory that were unrelated to the handling of classified documents case. 

Bharara also argued that any information about Biden’s ability to remember certain dates did not relate to the document and that the report had not made any sense. 

On Thursday, following the release of the report, Biden slammed Hur for his remarks and questioned how the “hell” Hur had raised the points about his son. He added that he did not need anyone to remind him of when his son had passed away and that this was not any of Hur’s business. 

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