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Joe Biden accidentally reveals awkward cheat sheet reminding him take YOUR seat two minute responses

President Joe Biden accidentally unveiled a cheat sheet on Thursday in which even the smallest details were typed in bold, leaving almost nothing to chance.

During a meeting with wind industry executives in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, the president accidentally turned over his card with the stage directions typed in, telling him when to sit down and when to ask questions.

Biden, who at age 79 tends to wander when not strictly ‘on message’, had clearly intended to keep the card close to his chest while hosting the meeting, but he was targeted to the cameras so photographers could capture every little detail, some of which were particularly comical.

Rather than refer to “The President” by name, whoever typed the note had clearly intended it to be for presidential eyes only and instead referred to Biden as “YOU,” in bold capital letters.

President Biden unveiled an extraordinarily detailed cheat sheet for his meeting

President Biden unveiled an extraordinarily detailed cheat sheet for his meeting

Eight bullet points reminded him when to sit down and who to ask questions.  It even gave detailed information about his departure and advised him to limit questions to two minutes

Eight bullet points reminded him when to sit down and who to ask questions. It even gave detailed information about his departure and advised him to limit questions to two minutes

Biden kept his cheat sheet to press photographers who could take a clear picture

Biden kept his cheat sheet to press photographers who could take a clear picture

The detailed instructions were titled “Offshore Wind Drop-By Sequence of Events” and told Biden to “enter the Roosevelt Room and say hello to the participants.”

Then a slip of paper told the president to sit down, “YOU take YOUR seat,” it ordered.

The note then told the president to speak as soon as the reporters were brought into the room: “YOU give brief remarks (2 minutes),” it detailed.

After the reporters left, Biden was told to speak to some of the attendees at the meeting.

“YOU ask a question of Liz Shuler, President, AFL-CIO,” then “YOU thank the participants” and “YOU leave.”

In all respects, the meeting seemed to go according to plan, with Biden sticking to the script except when he revealed his personal meeting plan to photographers.

Biden has continued to use such notes throughout his presidency, and notes are sometimes handed to him during very public moments.

President Joe Biden speaks at a meeting in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington on Thursday, with governors, union leaders and private companies launching the Federal-State Offshore Wind Implementation Partnership.

President Joe Biden speaks at a meeting in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington on Thursday, with governors, union leaders and private companies launching the Federal-State Offshore Wind Implementation Partnership.

President Biden points to a wind turbine comparison chart at a meeting on the Federal-State Offshore Wind Implementation Partnership in the Roosevelt Room of the White House

President Biden points to a wind turbine comparison chart at a meeting on the Federal-State Offshore Wind Implementation Partnership in the Roosevelt Room of the White House

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President Biden was asked to wipe a yellow stain from his face during a Zoom meeting with state governors on Friday after a staff handed him a note that read, “Sir, there’s something on your chin.” ‘

Last July, an aide handed him a note that read, “Sir, there’s something on your chin.”

It warned the president that something had been on his face for about the first 10 minutes of his virtual meeting.

Biden had a yellow dot under his mouth, but he kept talking. He was then handed a note asking him to wipe his chin and look at his hand.

Biden held the note again so that it was available for all reporters and photographers to read.

The note was only visible because Biden used the same card to scribble notes during the meeting.

Holding it up allowed photographers in the room to capture the written advice

He showed the note in front of the camera at the Zoom conference last July

He showed the note in front of the camera at the Zoom conference last July

Earlier this year, Biden was mocked for using a printed “cheat sheet” with answers to anticipated questions when he faced the media discussing the war in Ukraine.

The notes read: ‘If you didn’t advocate regime change, what did you mean? Can you clarify?’

Another note from Biden read: ‘Does this now threaten to shatter unity with your NATO allies?’

Biden had already prepared an answer to the printed card: “No. NATO has never been so united.’

Biden regularly uses cue cards and was often photographed with them during the campaign run before taking office.

He often took the daily totals of COVID cases from his pocket, which he referred to regularly.

He also used them to give precise details at a town hall before the election when he answered a question about taxes.

“I have this map with me,” Biden said, referring to the map.

He used several cheat sheets during his first presidential press conference, including one with the main photos and names of reporters he planned to call.

Biden also used notes at a 2021 summit with Putin, as he toured the damage from Hurricane Ida in Louisiana and visited reporters at the G20 summit in Rome.

Photos taken during President Joe Biden's first press conference in March 2021 showed him using cheat sheets, including a photo of the journalists he intended to call.

Photos taken during President Joe Biden’s first press conference in March 2021 showed him using cheat sheets, including a photo of the journalists he intended to call.

President Joe Biden holds notes as he speaks at his first formal press conference of his presidency in March 2021

President Joe Biden holds notes as he speaks at his first formal press conference of his presidency in March 2021

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