Joe Biden news: US President stumbles several times despite using ‘cheat sheet’ – VIDEO | World | News


On Thursday, Joe Biden was pictured holding a sheet with information regarding the journalists he planned to call for questions during the press conference. The US President stated that America was ranked 85th in the world for infrastructure before letter correcting himself and clarifying the US is 13th. 

Mr Biden said: “I still think the majority of the American people don’t like the fact that we are now ranked what, 85th in the world in infrastructure.

He later clarified: “We rank 13th globally in infrastructure.”

The US President cut himself off during the press conference: “And the other thing we’re doing, I might add…am I giving you too long of an answer? Because if you don’t want the detail.

“I don’t know how much detail you want about immigration, maybe I’ll stop there.”

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Mr Biden also stated: “I’ve never been particularly poor at calculating how to get things done in the United States Senate. So the best way to get something done, if you hold near and dear to you that you like to be able to… 

“Anyway, we’re ready to get a lot done.”

New York Times author Candance Owens tweeted following the press conference: “Joe Biden had a cheat sheet with the names and faces marked of which journalists to call on, and he knew EXACTLY what questions would be asked of him.

“That was not a press conference—that was a play put on by bad faith actors in a pseudo-democracy.”

“But what if his mental powers declined so much that she had to take over?

“There are arrangements in the US constitution for this to happen but after the trauma of the Trump years, America would go through another national trauma.”

The US President is 78 and will be 82 years old by the time his 4-year term ends. 

President Biden is the oldest US President in history and was sworn in as the US’s 46th President in January 2021.





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