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Biden shows a “cheat sheet” at G20, reminding him where to sit

Biden shows a "cheat sheet" at G20, reminding him where to sit
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President Biden has been spotted again with a detailed “Cheat sheet” – this time at the G20 summit in Bali – and instructed him where to sit, when to make comments and when to pose for photos.

The 79-year-old commander-in-chief was attending an event on the partnership for global infrastructure and investment on Tuesday when photographers snapped a picture of him flipping through pages of notes.

The typed memo gave Biden step-by-step instructions on what to do during the meeting and referred to the president as “YOU” in bold red letters.

“YOU, [Indonesian] President Widodo and [Japanese] Prime Minister Kishida will take a photo right before the event begins,” reads a bullet point.

Additional instructions read: “YOU will sit in the middle” and “YOU will make opening remarks (5 minutes).”

The notes also reminded Biden, “YOU will close the event along with THEIR co-hosts.”

A close-up photo of Biden's notes shows extremely detailed instructions printed in red ink, with the President being addressed as "YOU."
A close-up photo of Biden’s notes shows extremely detailed instructions printed in red ink, addressing the President as “YOU.”
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President Joe Biden attends an event on partnership for global infrastructure and investment November 15 on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Nusa Dua on the Indonesian resort island of Bali.
Biden was reminded to sit in the middle and speak for five minutes.
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At the top and bottom of the sheet, the unknown author of the note printed a bold reminder for Biden to turn the page for his opening statement.

This isn’t the first time Biden has been caught using stage directions during public appearances.

During a June meeting with wind industry executives, Biden accidentally showed a comically detailed paper directing the president to “enter the Roosevelt Room and greet attendees.”

It also said: “YOU take a seat” and “YOU give short remarks (2 minutes).”

In July 2021, Biden accidentally showed a note from an employee alerting him to this something on his chin.

In June, Biden accidentally flashed "cheat sheet" that instructed the President "say hello" to the participants of a meeting.
In June, Biden accidentally flashed a “cheat sheet” instructing the president to “say hello” to attendees at a meeting.
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Biden’s frequent and well-documented reliance on cue cards has fueled speculation among his critics that the seventy-year-old experienced cognitive decline.

Biden, who turns 80 on Sunday, said in a recent interview that it is “completely legitimate”. for voters to ask if someone his age could serve a possible second term in the White House – but he urged people to judge for themselves whether they are physically and mentally fit for office.

“I think the best way to make a judgment is to watch me,” he said. “Am I slower? Am I walking at the same pace?”

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