President Joe Biden is facing concerns among his aides regarding the potential findings of special counsel Robert Hur’s investigation, as reported in a recent article.
According to Axios, there is apprehension within the White House that the forthcoming report from special counsel Hur could contain information that may be “embarrassing” for President Biden and potentially have an impact on his re-election campaign.
While Biden’s aides do not anticipate criminal charges arising from the investigation, they do believe that Hur’s report might include uncomfortable details, possibly accompanied by photographs, concerning how President Biden stored documents. This concern about photographs evokes memories of the widely circulated image of classified documents scattered on the carpet at Mar-a-Lago during Donald Trump’s presidency. There is also a fear within the Biden team that former President Donald Trump may attempt to draw comparisons between his own situation and that of his successor.
It is worth noting that Special Counsel Hur was nominated as a U.S. Attorney by President Trump in 2017. According to Axios, his appointment has led to additional tensions between the White House and Attorney General Merrick Garland. These tensions have been fueled by various factors, including Garland’s decision to appoint a special counsel to investigate Hunter Biden, perceived delays in investigating Trump regarding the events of January 6th, and other sources of frustration.
In summary, while criminal charges may not be expected, the concern in the Biden administration centers around the potentially embarrassing details that could emerge from special counsel Robert Hur’s investigation, which may have implications for President Biden’s re-election campaign.
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