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‘They Are Being Very Crafty’: Sol Wisenberg Says Biden Special Counsel Report Implies ‘Really Limited Mental Capacity’

Former Deputy Independent Counsel Sol Wisenberg criticized Special Counsel Robert Hur's report that decided not to indict President Joe Biden for possession of classified materials as “sly.”

Special Counsel Robert Hur report An investigation announced Thursday found that President Joe Biden knowingly kept classified documents but declined to prosecute. Hoar said Biden had reportedly forgotten about the death of his son Beau Biden and his time as vice president, calling the president a “sympathetic, well-meaning man with a poor memory.” “An older man,” he said, prompting Weisenberg to explain. He reports that he is “cunning.” (Related article: 'The disconnect may be a bit obvious': Turley suggests Biden's legal defense could derail re-election campaign)

“I think they're being very cunning here,” Weisenberg told Fox News host Laura Ingraham. “Harr was very cunning. On the one hand, he accurately stated that in order to commit this crime he had to intentionally obtain and preserve these documents. This is because, Laura, you know… That means you're not only doing it intentionally, but you know it's against the law. They said they have proof of that. I don't think it's beyond a reasonable doubt. Why? Because right now his mental capacity appears to be very limited. That's not their exact word. They're mine. And the jury will be sympathetic to him, too. It has nothing to do with whether he was in the right state of mind when he did these things within the statute of limitations.”


Weisenberg also noted that Biden's lawyers avoided details of Heo's report.

“I guess they felt they had to say something about it. You'll notice they only said it very briefly, because when you get into the details, there's a deterioration in his mental state. “It highlights the devastating nature of the story,” Weisenberg said. .

Biden's age and mental health have been an issue in recent months. Biden claimed on Wednesday that he had spoken to former German Chancellor Helmut Kohl about the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot, although Kohl died in 2017, three days later on Sunday. He claimed to have spoken to former French President François Mitterrand, who passed away in 2016. 1996.

In September 2022, Biden requested the appearance of Republican Congresswoman Jackie Walorski of Indiana, who was killed along with two staff members in a car crash during a hunger conference in August 2022. Biden has suffered multiple falls during his term, including one at the Air Force Academy on June 1 and another in June 2022 when he fell while riding a bicycle and tripped while biking. It also includes things. step I flew Air Force One twice.

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