Instructions On Biden's Que Cards Are As Easy As One, Two, Three

President Biden is given precise instructions in pictures shot at a White House meeting with cabinet officials.

On Thursday, Biden spoke at a "Meeting on Federal State Offshore Wind Implementation Partnership" while holding a binder containing talking points and receiving a chart comparing the heights of the under discussion offshore wind turbines to famous structures like the Empire State Building and the Eiffel Tower.

Later, he read from one side of a separate note card that he held up.

A list of instructions for the president was, however, on the side of the note card that was visible to the cameras.

The card reads: "YOU enter the Roosevelt Room and say hello to participants. YOU take YOUR seat."

The directions continue, "Press enters," then, "YOU give brief comments," with a parenthetical comment stating , "2 minutes." Biden ended up speaking for roughly eight minutes.

The final bullet points say, "YOU thank participants" and "YOU depart."

This is a very typical approach used by politicians and government representatives at public events, a White House official tells Fox News.

Obama also employed a similar note-taking technique when president, according to Hannah Hankins, a former White House communications director for him.

Biden's notes have previously gone viral on the internet. During a news briefing on the Russia-Ukraine war in March, he was seen with a card that said, "Tough Putin Q&A Talking Points."

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