Defiant Biden mixes up the presidents of Egypt and Mexico in furious response to Special Counsel Robert Hur’s bombshell report targeting his ‘hazy’ memory’, proclaiming ‘I know what the hell I’m doing!’

President Biden delivered a furious rebuttal Thursday night to special counsel Robert Hur’s report after it repeatedly flagged problems with his memory, even as he announced a decision not to indict him for keeping classified documents at his home and had no office.

“I know what the hell I’m doing,” an animated Biden told reporters at a hastily arranged White House press conference after the report’s findings highlighted Hur’s report of memory problems, even as it led him to ” willfully’ hit. maintain classified information.

‘My memory hasn’t gotten any worse. My memory is good. Look at what I’ve done since I became president,’ Biden exclaimed.

‘No one thought I could pass any of the things I passed. How did it happen? I think I just forgot what was going on,’ he snarled.

The surprise announcement came hours after the Justice Department released its long-awaited investigation into Joe Biden's mishandling of classified documents

The surprise announcement came hours after the Justice Department released its long-awaited investigation into Joe Biden’s mishandling of classified documents

He was particularly excited by Hur’s inclusion of the claim that he could not remember the timing of Beau’s death.

Biden himself raised the topic and mentioned language in his report on “my recollection of events.”

“How the hell dare he bring it up?” he smoked.

But consistent with several public events this week, Biden twisted the identification of a world leader and called Abdel Fattah El-Sisi the president of Mexico.

“I’m president, I’ve put this country back on its feet,” he thundered.

‘There are even references I can’t remember when my son is dead. How the hell dare he lift it,’ he said angrily. “I don’t need no one, I don’t need no one, to remind me of when he passed away.”

He also said reports about his ‘willful’ retention of documents were ‘misleading’.

The surprise address to the nation came hours after the Justice Department on Thursday released its long-awaited investigation into Joe Biden’s mishandling of classified documents, which delivered a damning assessment of the president’s “diminished faculties” and limited memory.

While the report did not recommend bringing charges against the 81-year-old, it offered a cascade of damaging findings about files found in Biden’s garage, as well as the president’s fitness for office.

In interviews with investigators, Biden became confused about the dates he was vice president and couldn’t even remember the year his son Beau died.

And it said his cavalier attitude toward classified documents, such as his habit of reading sensitive files to a ghostwriter, posed a significant national security risk.

One of the reasons they decided not to press charges was because ‘Mr. Biden would likely present himself to a jury at trial, as he did during our interview with him, as a sympathetic, well-intentioned, elderly man with a failing memory.

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