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The Founding Fathers would be proud.

A 10-year-old boy from Fresno, California, has applied his amazing memory skills to reciting the entire U.S. Constitution without any help.

Nathan Bond's mother Heidi filmed her son reciting the world's longest surviving written charter of government. It takes Nathan 25 minutes to get through the whole thing.

Heidi told CNN that it took their homeschooled son 137 days to memorize the document. He worked for hours every day with his mom, breaking the Constitution up into 40-word chunks.

Nathan, who aspires to be president one day, also has memorized the Declaration of Independence and periodic table. His proud mom says her son is a genius and "can memorize anything within seconds."


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