First Lady Jill Biden has launched a scathing attack on a special counsel report investigating her husband President Joe Biden’s handling of classified documents, accusing it of exploiting the death of their son Beau for “political points.”
In an emotional email to campaign donors, Jill Biden expressed disbelief and outrage at the report’s mention of Beau, who died from brain cancer in 2015. The report, while not recommending charges against Biden, did raise questions about his memory and handling of classified materials.
“I don’t know what this special counsel was trying to achieve,” wrote Jill Biden, highlighting the pain of losing a child. “We should give everyone grace, and I can’t imagine someone would try to use our son’s death to score political points.”
This isn’t the first time Jill Biden has fiercely defended her husband. She has been a vocal advocate and campaign co-chair throughout his presidency. However, this latest attack on a personal tragedy adds a new layer of emotion to the ongoing political battle.
The timing is also noteworthy. The email comes just weeks after a poll revealed that a majority of Americans believe President Biden is too old for another term in office. This raises questions about whether the special counsel’s report, and the First Lady’s response, are part of a larger political strategy.
- Jill Biden accuses special counsel report of using son’s death for political gain.
- Email to donors expresses disbelief and outrage.
- This is not the first time Jill Biden has defended her husband.
- Timing raises questions about political motives.