Even Biden’s biggest donors are concerned after they saw this at their latest event

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Money is the mother’s milk of politics, and every serious candidate is working as hard as they can to raise money for their campaigns this election year.

But donors want to make sure the money they are giving is going to candidates who can do the job.

But when these Biden supporters saw this, many began to wonder if Joe Biden could do the job.

Biden has been relying on notecards

The President of the United States should be fully aware of where he stands on a large assortment of crucial issues.

But in Joe Biden’s case, he has been relying on notecards to provide him with detailed answers regarding his stance on various policies.

According to people familiar with the President’s routine, Biden needs to use the note cards during closed-door fundraisers and only calls on pre-screened donors to answer questions that he already knows are coming his way.

The notecard issue is raising serious concerns from donors about Biden’s cognitive health.

Although Joe Biden is 81, he claims that he feels much younger, and his advisers say that he is given the notecards for very detailed and technical questions only.

They also say that he does plenty of Q&A sessions spontaneously.

Not only are donors worried about whether Biden can handle the rigors that come with a long Presidential campaign, but they’re also worried about how he will be able to handle debates with Donald Trump.

Many Presidents have carried crib notes or used teleprompters to help them during public events or meetings in the past, including Donald Trump, George H.W. Bush, and Barack Obama.

However, the donors are worried because Biden is using these notes during private events and not just on the public stage.

The President’s staff insists that the notecards are given to Biden to ensure that all of his fundraisers are a success.

Some insiders say that Biden expects his staff to prep him for almost every meeting on his schedule.

During those briefings, the President is difficult to please and tends to use profanity frequently.

Yet so far, recent fundraisers have given his Presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee a major cash push over Republicans.

Some say Biden is still sharp

Not everyone has been skeptical of Biden’s recent Q&A sessions.

One donor named Fred P. Hochberg, who attended a fundraiser in Manhattan in early February, said, “He’s always been an extemporaneous speaker, and he spoke off-the-cuff. Not scripted at all. I asked him about immigration and the border, and he talked about what’s going on.”

The bulk of Biden’s unscripted moments take place during late-night donor events. 

Biden called Russian President Vladimir Putin “a crazy SOB” during a three-day stint on the West Coast this week.

He called Chinese President Xi Jinping a “dictator” at a California fundraiser in June.

Since the bulk of Biden’s talks with donors are hidden from public view, the American people don’t know what’s being said behind closed doors.

After opening comments at fundraisers, reporters are asked to leave the venue before donors can ask a few questions that are already vetted by Biden’s staff.

Informed American will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.