Biden Needed Cue Cards With Large Print While Talking About Ukraine

( Remember when President Joe Biden called for regime change in Russia and then claimed he didn’t? Well, photographs of a typed note that the president held during a recent White House press briefing prove that he…did call for regime change.

During the press conference on Monday, the president was seen holding a cheat sheet written by his staff telling him how to walk back claims he made the Saturday before in Warsaw, Poland.

“For God’s sake, this man cannot remain in power,” Biden said about Russian President Vladimir Putin.

It caused an instant controversy, with news outlets all over the world reporting on the president’s call for regime change – a significant escalation in the proxy war between NATO and Russia over the Ukraine invasion.

Biden responded in a speech on Monday, that you have no doubt seen already, saying that he was just expressing his “outrage” at Putin’s actions, and said that his comments were “more an aspiration than anything.”

When asked if he was calling for regime change, Biden denied it completely and said he was not articulating a change in policy.

Which happens to be exactly what his cheat sheet said.

At the top of the cheat sheet, which you can see here, it reads:

“Tough Putin Q&A Talking Points.”

Was there a single time that Trump needed his staff to make him notes on how to walk back from a comment he made that could start WWIII? No, there wasn’t.

At the top of the cheat sheet is the question, “If you weren’t advocating for regime change, what did you mean? Can you clarify?”

The answer reads:

“I was expressing the moral outrage I felt toward the actions of this man…I was not advocating a change in policy.”

It’s time for Biden to take a cognitive test.