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Biden defends his memory after damning special counsel report

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U.S. President Joe Biden denied special counsel Robert Hur's assertion that his memory has gotten worse over time, telling reporters at an impromptu news conference his 'memory is fine.' At the same news conference, he referred to Egypt's Abdel Fattah el-Sisi as the president of Mexico.

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