President Joe Biden said that he's "going to get in trouble with staff" at the G7 summit if he doesn't take questions "the right way."
"I'm sorry, I'm going to get in trouble with staff if I don't do this the right way," mentioned Biden at the podium, then names Bloomberg News senior White House reporter Jennifer Jacobs to ask the next question at the briefing.
When asked about Trump-era sanctions kept in place against European steel and aluminum, Biden responded: "120 days, give me a break. I need time."
Biden paused then snapped at the reporter before walking away despite being former President Barack Obama's vice president for eight years and in the Senate for decades, yet he demanded more job training in the new leadership role.
"A lot of people may not know what COVID is," Biden said at another point. "I know you all know, but people may not know...." he prefaced the statement.
Biden also confused Syria with Libya multiple times in the G7 speech.
World leaders also erupted in laugher when Biden forgot that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson already introduced the president of South Africa.