Ryan E.
January 15, 2023

Classified Documents Scandal Could Be Biden's Downfall Says Clinton Man

Many liberals are STILL trying to claim that Biden's classified documents bombshell three times over isn't a big deal.

It is.

It's a very big deal.

The liberals with half a brain are finally starting to admit it.

Take former advisor for Bill Clinton, David Gergen.

He thinks that this whole issue is VERY serious.

So serious, in fact. That it could be the end of Joe Biden.

Gergen recently appeared on CNN's AC360. While there, host Anderson Cooper asked if the classified documents are going to be a mess for the Biden administration.

Gergen was sure it could end up being their downfall:

"It’s very, very big. Not legally but politically, it’s a very, very big deal. This is a president that was marching upward for the first time in his presidency. He got his numbers up. People are feeling better about the economy. There are all sorts of reasons to believe that he can now present himself–the fears that people like me have about how old he is and can he govern well? Those fears would be dissipated if he were able to stay on that track. The Biden people, they may be making a big mistake, Anderson. I may be wrong about this. They’ve done a wonderful job being cooperative with the government, and they’ve done it by the books. I don’t think sitting there hunkering down now, just acting like it’s not out there is good. They’re going to get creamed doing that."

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