Biden Asserts Executive Privilege to Block Release of Damaging Special Counsel Audio

Biden Asserts Executive Privilege to Block Release of Damaging Special Counsel Audio


President Joe Biden will assert executive privilege to keep audio and video recordings from his interview with special counsel Robert Hur private.

Hur recommended that no charges should be filed against Biden during the conclusion of his classified documents investigation of the president in February.

But the Justice Department official raised questions about Biden’s cognitive health and memory in his final report on Biden’s mishandling of sensitive materials during his time as vice president.

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Hur concluded that although Biden was in his opinion guilty of having been loose with the country’s secrets, he believed a jury would be sympathetic to him, viewing him as an “elderly man with a poor memory.”

Republican Reps. Jim Jordan of Ohio and James Comer of Kentucky demanded the release

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