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Robert Hur’s brutal report should mark the beginning of the end of the Biden era

9 February 2024

11:11 AM

9 February 2024

11:11 AM

Special Counsel Robert Hur predictably concluded that President Joe Biden’s handling of classified documents when he was a senator and vice president do not warrant criminal charges.

But unfortunately for the White House, Hur’s recommendations to the Justice Department quickly became background noise. Instead, his unsparing descriptions of the commander-in-chief took center stage.

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