What Was On The ‘Cheat Sheet’ Joe Biden Used At The Louisiana Press Conference?

Presidents are supposed to be very good on their feet, fielding questions from the White House press corps and giving memorable, off-the-cuff responses to reporters’ stupid questions.

Except if they’re nearly 79 years old and in their dotage. In that case, they need a cheat sheet. . .

Fox News:

Biden, who toured and spoke in the state following widespread destruction from Hurricane Ida, visited damaged areas in Reserve and LaPlace. Biden could be seen carrying the notes in his back pocket as he was met on the tarmac in New Orleans by Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards and Sens. Bill Cassidy, R-La., and John Kennedy, R-La, according to the New York Post.

On the notes that were photographed in Biden’s back pocket, the names of Jefferson Parish President Cynthia Lee Sheng and New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell could be seen.

Biden also needs help in remembering the names and faces of reporters. He carried “a sheet that appeared to show the pictures and news outlets of journalists who attended his news conference,” according to the Fox News report. These are men and women the president sees almost every day and he goes over their on-air reports about him with his staff all the time. And yet, he still can’t remember their names? (Read more from “What Was On The ‘Cheat Sheet’ Joe Biden Used At The Louisiana Press Conference?” HERE)

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