Back in November, presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump revealed his conviction that he has "the world's greatest memory," a declaration he announced is "one thing everyone agrees on." Now, he can't remember saying that.
In a released transcript of a deposition for the ongoing Trump University lawsuit, a lawyer questioning Trump mentioned the memory claim. "I don't know. Did I use that expression?" Trump replied, asking to see video evidence of his remark. "Did I say I have a great memory or one of the best in the world?" he continued. "I don't remember saying that. As good as my memory is, I don't remember that, but I have a good memory."
"So you don't remember saying that you have one of the best memories in the world?" the attorney confirmed. Trump answered, "I don't remember that. I remember you telling me, but I don't know that I said it." He was, however, willing to concede claiming the slightly more modest attribute of "one of the all-time great memories."
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