Biden claims son Beau 'lost his life in Iraq' as he declared Colorado's Camp Hale a national monument

President Biden claimed his late son Beau 'lost his life in Iraq,' seemingly convinced the previous military reservist kicked the bucket as a result of the brain cancer he came down with after exposure to consuming pits.

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Speaking near Vail, Colorado, Biden declared the Camp Hale continental separation a national monument.

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'I say this as a father of a man who won the Bronze Star, the conspicuous service medal, and lost his life in Iraq,' Biden said.

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'Imagine the courage, the daring, and the genuine sacrifice — genuine sacrifice they all made,' he said, telling of how Camp Hale played in training the famed tenth Mountain Division in The Second Great War

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Beau, Delaware's previous attorney general, passed on from brain cancer in 2015. The more youthful Biden had conveyed to Iraq in 2009 and earned a Bronze Star medal for his service there.

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President Biden said in 2019 that he thought his son had gotten cancer because of 'exposure to consuming pits' during his sending.

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'In my view, I can't demonstrate it yet, he came back with stage four glioblastoma. Eighteen months he lived, knowing he was going to kick the bucket.'

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Designating Camp Hale as a national monument was ostensibly for its historic association with WWII, yet in addition, forestalled oil and gas drilling on 436 square miles in Colorado in so doing.

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Biden has halted new oil and gas leases in federal waters.

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The move sidesteps congressional inaction on the Colorado Open air Recreation Economy Act, which Colorado's Democratic Sen.

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 Michael Bennett pushed for, it when he is secured in a midterm race against Republican Joe O'Dea.

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