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Biden FORGETS reporter's question after live speech on Afghanistan

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JOE Biden forgot a reporter's question in his live speech on Afghanistan after the White House boasted about his interviews.

While answering questions from a handful of journalists, the president said: "The first part of your question was, I can't remember now."

It comes after the White House Communications Director said that the president "never shies away from questions."

Kate Bedingfield made the comments during an MSNBC interview regarding the president's handling of the situation going on in Afghanistan.

Asked about whether or not Biden will take questions following this afternoon's press conference, Bedingfield said: "The president never shies away from taking questions.

"I'll let him make a decision if he's going to take questions this afternoon," she said, adding he is "always willing" to answer.

However, just two days ago the president was seen ignoring reporter's questions as he concluded a press conference.

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