President Biden caught hiding crucial evidence relating to this criminal case

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There’s no coming back from this for Joe Biden. His actions have put the nail in the coffin for his presidency.

And President Biden was caught hiding crucial evidence relating to this criminal case.

Special counsel Robert Hur’s report on President Joe Biden’s mishandling of classified documents made shockwaves throughout the country when it was released back in February.

Hur recommended that charges not be brought up against Biden because he might be sympathetic to a jury and possibly present himself as an “elderly man with a poor memory.”

Transcripts of an audio interview between Hur and Biden were released that show just how forgetful the president really is. These transcripts have been given to House Republicans by the Department of Justice.

At one point he couldn’t remember the date in which his son, Beau, passed away.

And while Republicans do have transcripts of the Hur-Biden interviews, they feel it’s best if they have the audio recordings as well, which would likely shed more light on Biden’s poor memory and how he handled classified documents.

But the president is not going to let those recordings see the light of day.

In breaking news that was released today, the White House has revealed to Congress that Joe Biden will use executive privilege to basically keep the audio of his interview with Hur under wraps.

White House counsel Ed Siskel relayed this message to Republican Reps. James Comer and Jim Jordan via a letter. Comer (KY) is the chairman of the House Oversight and Accountability Committee and Jordan (OH) is the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee.

“It is the longstanding position of the executive branch held by administrations of both parties that an official who asserts the President’s claim of executive privilege cannot be prosecuted for criminal contempt of Congress,” said Carlos Felipe Urirate, a Justice Department official, in a letter that was sent to Jordan and Comer.

Attorney General Merrick Garland made the recommendation that President Biden use his executive privilege in this instance.

He also sent a letter to Biden that explained that the interview’s audio recordings “fall within the scope of executive privilege.”

Garland mentioned in his letter that if Biden gave the recordings to Congress, it “would raise an unacceptable risk of undermining the Department’s ability to conduct similar high-profile criminal investigations – in particular, investigations where the voluntary cooperation of White House officials is exceedingly important.”

All of this begs the question: what does Joe Biden have to hide?

He clearly doesn’t want those recordings to see the light of day.

And based off the transcripts of the recordings, it would be bad for his campaign and his presidency if they did surface.

Listening to them would only confirm what we already know: the president’s mental fitness is in an obvious decline.

The recordings could also give House Republicans more evidence to go after him for mishandling classified documents.

But instead, they’ll have to find other places to look for evidence since Biden wants to use executive privilege to escape potentially devastating consequences.

The Federalist Wire will keep you updated on any updates regarding this story.