Joe Biden arrived in Japan on Thursday to attend the G7 Summit with other world leaders.
80-year-old Joe Biden looked confused as he greeted the world leaders in Japan on Friday.
At one point Biden slipped on concrete steps and almost fell.
Biden arrives in Japan, gets lost and almost trips before G7 Summit begins.
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— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) May 19, 2023
Biden, with his mouth agape, shuffled over to a photo op with Macron, Trudeau and other leaders.
He’s completely shot.
Why does Biden always look so confused? pic.twitter.com/extcNjbPxG
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) May 19, 2023
Biden had to use a cheat sheet to get through his working lunch in Hiroshima.
The cheat sheet included talking points about Biden’s “CHIPS Act” and “Inflation Reduction Act.”
Biden boasted about the US’s “Climate commitments” to the G7 leaders.
Joe Biden cannot speak without his cheat sheets and far-left ‘reporters’ think this is normal.
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