Transcript Reveals Biden’s Struggle with Recalling Key Personal and Vice Presidential Dates

In a revealing transcript from Special Counsel Robert Hur’s interview, as reported by Breitbart News, President Joe Biden exhibited moments of forgetfulness regarding critical personal and professional timelines. During the investigation, which wrapped up in February, Hur discovered that President Biden had retained classified documents “willfully.” However, due to Biden’s cognitive condition, described by Hur as that of “an elderly man with a poor memory,” legal action was not pursued.

The inquiry delved into Biden’s tenure in Northern Virginia, probing the President about documents kept at his residence during that period. Biden’s response, uncertain about the exact years, hinted at a lapse in memory, “Well, um… I, I, I, I, I don’t know. This is, what, 2017, 2018, that area?” to which Hur confirmed, “Yes, sir.”

As the conversation progressed, Biden reflected on his considerations for a presidential run, inadvertently revealing his struggle to recall the date of his son Beau Biden’s passing. “But if I ran again, I’d be running for President. And, and so what was happening, though what month did Beau die?” Biden pondered aloud, eventually recalling, “Oh, God, May 30th.” It took a reminder from others in the room to pinpoint the year as 2015.

The dialogue continued, with Biden seeking confirmation, “Was it 2015 when he died?” After being reassured of the correct date, May 2015, by someone present, Biden seemed to accept this timeline. However, his train of thought soon led to another moment of confusion regarding the 2016 election year, which saw Donald Trump’s victory. “2016,” Biden was reminded by two individuals.

Amidst this exchange, Biden questioned, “All right. So–why do I have 2017 here?” only to be informed, “That’s when you left office, January,” which seemed to bring some clarity to the President.

This transcript surfaces as Hur prepares to testify before Congress on Tuesday, shedding light on the intricate details of the investigation and Biden’s state of memory during the proceedings.

Wendell Husebo, a political reporter for Breitbart News and former GOP War Room Analyst, brings this story to the forefront. Husebo, author of “Politics of Slave Morality,” continues to engage with his audience through platforms like “X” @WendellHusebø and Truth Social @WendellHusebo, providing insightful political commentary.