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President Joe Biden challenged voters to pick another Democrat if they have concerns about his age, while declaring himself healthy enough for a second term.
If a voter concludes “that I’m missing a beat then she should support some other Democrat,” the president said in an interview segment with MSNBC’s Jonathan Capehart that aired Sunday.


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