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White House fires back at Wall Street Journal over Biden story, 6 June
Democrats rallied to Biden's defense and took issue with key parts of the story, blasting the [pay-wall 04.06.24] Journal for largely citing the accounts of Republican officials who had spent time with the president, including former Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). The [semi-secret] Journal story was based on interviews with 45 people over several months, including Democrats and Republicans who were in meetings with Biden or briefed on them. The [hidden] story cites examples of Biden reading from notes in meetings on Ukraine aid, sometimes deferring questions to aides and at times speaking too softly to be audible or closing his eyes. "Most of those who said Biden performed poorly were Republicans, but some Democrats said that he showed his age in several of the exchanges," the Journal reported.
Pelosi slams Wall Street Journal article on Biden's mental acuity as 'hit piece', 6 June
That's some fancy footwork around the consolidated FOIA lawsuit to release audio record of Special Counsel R. Hur's interview with the "well-meaning elderly man". Evidently, plaintiffs are not satisfied with either US Atty Weinsheimer's clinical opinion on "executive privilege" or selected "draft" transcripts delivered 11 March, (a) 8.10.23, 159 pp | (b) 9.10.23, 99 pp

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by Cat on Thu Jun 6th, 2024 at 04:09:28 PM EST
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