The White House requested that the special counsel amend the descriptions of Biden’s memory.

The White House counsel’s office requested that special counsel Robert Hur revise his report on President Biden’s handling of classified documents, citing concerns about the language used to describe the president’s memory. While Hur’s investigation found no evidence of criminal wrongdoing, the report’s characterization of Mr. Biden’s memory as “limited” and “hazy” could have political implications as he runs for a second term. In particular, the report highlighted instances where the president struggled to recall events from his time as vice president, including the date of his son’s death. Mr. Biden addressed these claims during a press conference, expressing frustration and stating that his family holds an annual memorial for his late son. He also noted that he was managing an international crisis while being interviewed for the report.  

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