White House complained to DOJ for including Biden's memory issues in scathing ... trends now

White House complained to DOJ for including Biden's memory issues in scathing ... trends now
White House complained to DOJ for including Biden's memory issues in scathing ... trends now

White House complained to DOJ for including Biden's memory issues in scathing ... trends now

White House lawyers sent angry letters to the Justice Department complaining about the nature of the report One White House letter complained that comments about the president's memory were 'uncalled for and unfounded'

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The White House sent an angry letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland a day before the Special Counsel report on President Joe Biden's mishandling of classified information was released.

White House Counsel Ed Siskel complained in a letter on February 7 that Special Counsel Robert Hur's report included 'multiple denigrating statements' about Biden's memory. Details of the White House letters between Justice Department officials were first published by Politico.

'A global and pejorative judgment on the President's powers of recollection in general is uncalled for and unfounded,' the letter read.

Siskel said Hur 'openly, obviously, and blatantly' violated Department policy and practices by commenting on Biden's memory and demeanor during the interview.

U.S. Attorney Robert Hur arrives at U.S. District Court

President Joe Biden pauses as he speaks in the Roosevelt Room of the White House

The White House pushed back against Special Counsel Robert Hur BEFORE the report was released 

The letter also noted that Biden's five-hour interview with the Special

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