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Julian Castro: Joe Biden's rival denies veiled dig at his age

BBC News Friday, 13 September 2019 ()
Julian Castro repeatedly told Mr Biden he was "forgetting what you said two minutes ago".
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Julian Castro asks Joe Biden if he forgot what he said.

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