Biden Addresses Special Counsel’s Report Stating ‘My Memory is Fine’

President Joe Biden addressed the recent special counsel's report and defended his memory
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In a surprise speech delivered from the White House, President Joe Biden addressed the recent special counsel’s report and defended his memory amidst criticism regarding his age and cognitive health.

The President’s impromptu remarks came following the release of the special counsel’s report, which concluded that no charges should be brought against him for mishandling classified information. Speaking in the Diplomatic Reception Room, President Biden responded to the report with a mixture of defiance and emotion.

Referring to comments made in the report about his memory, President Biden expressed frustration, particularly regarding references to his late son, Beau Biden, who passed away from cancer in 2015. “How in the hell dare he raise that?” the President exclaimed, visibly upset. “I don’t need anyone to remind me when he passed away.”

When pressed by reporters, including Peter Doocy of Fox News, about his memory and ability to continue as President, Biden remained resolute. “My memory is fine,” he asserted. “Take a look at what I’ve done since I’ve become president.”

However, the event took a turn when President Biden mistakenly referred to Abdel Fatah al-Sisi, the President of Egypt, as “the president of Mexico.” This misstep, along with previous instances where he mixed up world leaders, reignited concerns about his cognitive health.

Despite the initial strong defense, the President’s gaffe provided fodder for critics, with Fox News quickly seizing on the moment to raise questions about his cognitive abilities.

The impromptu speech showcased President Biden’s fighting spirit but also underscored ongoing concerns about his age and cognitive health. As the President navigates these challenges, the nation watches closely to see how he addresses them while leading the country forward.