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Karine Jean-Pierre defends Joe Biden: “He is sharp; He is engaged

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre defended President Joe Biden to reporters, who asked if there was a “different level of vigor that may not be as visible” in the 81-year-old president.

A reporter asked the White House press secretary if there was, perhaps, a different level of “vigor” displayed by Biden behind the scenes — one that the American people don’t see. This theme is on everyone’s minds following Special Counsel Robert Hur’s damning report, which essentially concluded that they would not pursue Biden in his classified documents case, repeatedly emphasizing his deteriorating mental state.

“Well, let me first say – and I was on a swing with him recently, wasn’t I? He went to Wisconsin. He went to Michigan. He went to California. He went to Vegas and he’s going to Ohio later this week. And so, he visited small businesses, and he met people on the road, obviously, and spent hours with them,” Jean said -Pierre, highlighting all the stops Biden has made lately.

“So people saw it, and you all saw it yourselves when covering this president. And so you see him interact. You see him engage, and even when he was in Vegas, he answered some questions that you all had. …He tends to answer them — and in a light, fun way — and has been specific in his responses to some of you about it,” she continued, boasting that Biden is also meeting with leaders of the world.

“I’ve spoken before about my experience with him, and just to answer your question, I’ve spent countless hours with this president, whether in the Oval Office or on the road, and I have to say that he’s sharp, engaged, (and) he pushes us for information,” she said, also reiterating that she thinks Biden is “sharp” and “on top of things.”


Jean-Pierre’s defense follows Hur’s report, in which he concluded that Biden was too mentally weak to prosecute, detailing his “significantly limited” memory.

Joe Biden's classified documents

Joe Biden – classified documents

“We also considered that, at trial, Mr. Biden would likely present himself to the jury, as he did during our interview, as an elderly, friendly, well-meaning man with a poor memory,” the report said. in part.

“Based on our direct interactions with him and our observations, he is someone that many jurors will want to find reasonable doubt about,” he continues.

Notably, that same report also pointed out that Biden had forgotten when he was vice president, as well as the date of his son Beau’s death.

“During his interview with our office, Mr. Biden’s memory was worse. He didn’t remember when he was vice president, forgetting on the first day of the interview the end of his term (“if it was 2013, when did I stop being vice president? “), and forgetting the second day of the interview when his term began (“in 2009, am I still vice president?”)”, according to the report, which adds that Biden “does not remember, even after several years, from the death of his son Beau”.

Biden lashed out after the report was released, saying his memory was “good.”

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“There’s even a reference I don’t remember to my son’s death. How the hell dare he bring that up? » Biden said.

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Jeoffro René

I photograph general events and conferences and publish and report on these events at the European level.
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