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But reporter Dasha Burns' comments that Fetterman seemed to be having trouble understanding small.

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talk before his interview caught the eye -- and Republicans retweeted.

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it as they sought an advantage in the closely watched Senate race between Fetterman and Rep. Mehmet Oz.

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Fetterman, a Democrat, suffered a stroke on May 13, and his health became a major campaign issue.

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Burns' Friday interview with Fetterman, which aired Tuesday, was his first on-camera interview since his stroke.

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He was using a closed captioning device that displayed the text of Burns' question on the computer screen in front of him.

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Fetterman didn't seem to have any trouble answering questions after reading it, though NBC indicated.

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he was looking for the word "empathy." Burns said that when the closed.