Biden Clapsback Saying His “Memory is Fine”

( – United States President Joe Biden pushed back on accusations that he is experiencing possible memory loss, forgetting larger life events, and mishandling top secret files.

Joe Biden spoke out at a surprise news hearing saying “My memory is fine.” He was shown giving an emotional, upset response to a suggestion that he could not remember when his son died.

An inquiry into Joe Biden reported that he “wilfully retained and disclosed” classified files. Robert Hur, who is the Department of Justice Special Counsel, led the inquiry and said that President Biden, after service as vice-president of the country alongside Barack Obama, held onto classified documents in relation to Afghanistan’s military and foreign policy.

The report launched into President Biden showed that his memory has “significant limitations.” It included a five-hour interview where it was said that President Joe Biden could not recall specific important events. The reports said that Joe Biden could not recall the years of his vice presidency, which was from 2009 to 2017, and more recently he could not remember when his son Beau died, which was in 2015.

Joe Biden spoke out at an event speaking harshly about the interview and the investigation that was launched into him. He spoke out saying “Frankly when I was asked the question, I thought to myself, was none of their damn business.”

He clapped back at the question regarding his son, Beau, saying, “I don’t need anyone to remind me when he passed away.”

He stated that the interview took place right as the Gaza war was erupting and that he was dealing with many things at the time of the interview, which was conducted in October. Although they have reportedly found that Biden did mishandle documents, he wasn’t charged with anything.

“I am well-meaning. And am elderly. I know what the hell I’m doing. I put this country back on its feet,” he said.

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