Biden Terrified Over Soon To Be Released Photos

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( – President Biden’s camp is reportedly apprehensive about the potential fallout from photographs that might be included in the upcoming report by Special Counsel Robert Hur, concerning the mishandling of classified documents. These concerns stem from the possibility that the images, illustrating the manner in which Biden stored classified materials found in his Delaware home and a private office, could adversely affect his prospects for the 2024 reelection campaign. The documents in question date back to his tenure as Vice President under President Obama.

According to Axios, while Biden’s team does not anticipate criminal charges from the investigation, they are worried about the potentially damaging nature of these photos. The fear is that these images could be leveraged by former President Trump’s campaign to undermine Biden in what is shaping up to be a highly anticipated electoral rematch.

Trump himself is currently contending with legal challenges, facing over 40 charges, including those related to the mishandling of classified documents at his Mar-a-Lago estate, as investigated by Special Counsel Jack Smith.

The anticipation surrounding Hur’s report is palpable within Biden’s team, given Hur’s background as a former U.S. attorney appointed by Trump and his prior clerking for Chief Justice William Rehnquist. The timing of the report’s release remains uncertain, but there is speculation it could be imminent.

Biden has previously defended his storage of classified documents, notably remarking on the security of his Corvette’s locked garage during a past statement.

The broader context of special counsel investigations and their outcomes was touched upon by Attorney General Merrick Garland in a CBS “60 Minutes” interview, where he committed to transparency concerning the reports, including one related to Hunter Biden, within legal boundaries.

Amid these developments, Anthony Coley, a former senior advisor to Garland, criticized the Biden team for their handling of the document discovery process, suggesting that the slow release of information, especially in light of Trump’s legal issues, has exacerbated the situation.

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