White House Report Card: Biden repeat­ed­ly shows he’s los­ing it

This week’s White House Report Card isn’t good for Pres­i­dent Joe Biden, back home in Delaware for anoth­er week­end out of the pub­lic eye.
There were pos­i­tives. The econ­o­my con­tin­ued to show signs of life. And a House GOP effort to impeach Home­land Sec­re­tary Ale­jan­dro May­orkas over the bor­der cri­sis failed.
But Con­gress also fell short of approv­ing bipar­ti­san bor­der reform leg­is­la­tion. And Israel reject­ed the president’s call for a pause in its fight to elim­i­nate Hamas.
Then there was spe­cial coun­sel Robert Hur’s final report on Biden’s mis­han­dling of clas­si­fied infor­ma­tion when he was vice pres­i­dent and before. While it said the pres­i­dent “will­ful­ly retained and dis­closed clas­si­fied mate­ri­als after his vice pres­i­den­cy,” it said there would be no pros­e­cu­tion.
That should have been great news, but it came with a big­ger and more dam­ag­ing rea­son why. Hur said that Biden’s mind is fog­gy, rein­forc­ing the public’s view shown in polls that he no longer has the men­tal abil­i­ty to be pres­i­dent. B …