Biden gives press conference, calls on reporters from specific list, reads answers from a script

"Who do I call on next? Hang on a second. I got my list here."

Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA
On Wednesday, President Joe Biden delivered a press conference in front of the White House while welcoming the Prime Minister of Japan in which he read answers from a script after calling on a list of specific reporters.

The president has been lambasted for doing this in the past, and the Republican Party has used his scripted press conferences as leverage in the November presidential election, claiming that his cognitive health is deteriorating due to his alleged inability to answer questions on his own without assistance.

The script was reportedly captured in the reflection of his sunglasses.

Additionally, President Biden did not shy away from the fact that he had a list of approved reporters to call on instead of selecting them at his own will.

Looking seemingly confused after answering a question, Biden mumbled to himself and said: "Who do I call on next? Hang on a second. I got my list here."

Former President Donald Trump, the official Republican Party candidate for the presidential election, has accused and mocked Joe Biden for using a teleprompter during his speeches and press conferences on numerous occasions, claiming that Biden is unable to deliver remarks without gaffes even with the extra assistance.

Biden once again had a gaffe during this press brief and referred to himself as the "20th-century" candidate. However, he corrected his statement and said the "21st-century."

Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio was welcomed to the White House by President Biden for an official visit and a state dinner. The leaders will reportedly announce new technology and defense initiatives, VOA News reports.
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