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Fact check: Both Biden and Republican response got it wrong in 100-day speeches
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Fact check: Both Biden and Republican response got it wrong in 100-day speeches

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The Associated Press is fact-checking remarks from President Joe Biden's first address to a joint session of Congress and the Republican response. A look at some of the claims we've examined.

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