Biden Brought Up Son’s Death In Interview With Special Counsel

While Special Counsel Robert Hur has been attacked by President Joe Biden and the left in general for bringing up the death of his son Beau in his investigation and subsequent report, it turns out that Biden might have been the one who brought up Beau’s demise first.

Multiple sources who spoke to NBC News said that the president himself brought up his son’s death during interviews with prosecutors last year. According to two people familiar with Hur’s interview with Biden which was done last October, Biden himself brought up Beau’s death when he was asked about his workflow while he was at a Virginia rental home from 2016 to 2018 working on a memoir with a ghostwriter.

It was then that he reportedly “appeared confused” about the timing of Beau’s death, as he brought him up while trying to recall the events in his life at the time.

Biden allegedly got the correct day and month of his son’s death but he was wrong in his recollection of the year.

The sources’ revelations come after Biden criticized Hur for his final report into his handling of classified documents. The report, which was released last Thursday, pointed out that Biden struggled to remember basic details of important events of his life such as when Beau died.

Lashing out at Hur in a press conference on Thursday, the president said, “How in the h— dare he raise that. Frankly, when I was asked the question I thought to myself it wasn’t any of their d— business.”

Hur, in his report, declined to hold Biden criminally responsible for mishandling classified material even though prosecutors found that he not only took home and kept classified materials but disclosed some of the sensitive information to the ghost writer working with him on the memoir multiple times.

Prosecutors had recommended no charges for the president as they concluded they could not prove that he knew it was classified information at the time given his “poor,” “hazy,” “fuzzy” and “faulty” memory.