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Biden and Trump may forget names or personal details, but here is what really matters in assessing whether they’re cognitively up for the job

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Biden and Trump may forget names or personal details, but here is what really matters in assessing whether they’re cognitively up for the jobThis image of Trump and Biden was taken during the 2020 presidential debate in Nashville, Tenn.

Some Americans are questioning whether elderly people like Joe Biden and Donald Trump are cognitively competent to be president amid reports of the candidates mixing up names while speaking and having trouble recalling details of past personal events.

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