As Joe Biden met with wind industry executives at the White House on Thursday, the gaffe-prone illegitimate commander-in-chief obliviously held his cheat sheet backward.
The notecard showcased to the world step-by-step guidance prepared by Biden’s staff instructing the feeble crook to do the most basic things.
Yes, everyone uses notes sometimes. But these notes were something else. I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything like this. They weren’t just “notes” about what he was going to say or the subjects that he needed to cover. They were a list — made up by someone else — that told him what to do, that treated him like a five-year-old child, directing him how to act during an event–even when to sit.
👀 White House instructions to Biden: "YOU take YOUR seat." pic.twitter.com/PyqN0zW3n8
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In case you’re wondering what it says, here’s a better picture.
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The prepared outline, which was titled “Offshore Wind Drop-By Sequence of Events,” appeared to be a step-by-step chronology of events instructing Biden when to enter the room, when to sit down, how long to speak for and when to leave.
“Enter the Roosevelt Room and say hello to participants,” the outline instructed Biden, before then saying “YOU take YOUR seat.”
“YOU give brief comments (2 minutes),” the outline continued. “YOU ask Liz Shuler, President, AFL-CIO, a question. YOU thank participants [and] YOU depart.”
Even more startling was the fact that many of the instructions emphasized Biden as “YOU” in all capitalized letters, which seemed to suggest Biden specifically needed instructions to tell him what to do and when to do it.
Unlike him, President Trump wasn’t controlled and we can easily tell from the new video that surfaced today that he was the one who was calling all the shots!
President Trump is a master at marketing and showmanship, and he understands the importance of branding.
We get to see how he focuses on even the smallest things, like a glass of water and a side table, and how those two things will appear to people, and how they will look on camera.
That’s the behind-the-scenes peek you get in this clip.
You get to see what Trump does just 1-minute before the interview cameras roll.
Here you get a glimpse of how much Donald Trump values optics and is keenly focused on making things look good and it’s another proof that he wasn’t having editorial control, unlike our current POTUS!
It looks like Trump is the self-appointed set director.
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