Biden's staff give him detailed instructions with pictures and large font that tell him how to 'enter and exit a room' during planned events

President Joe Biden is given detailed instructions with pictures and large font instructing him on how to enter and leave venues ahead of planned events, it has emerged.

A template provided to event staffers, and obtained by Axios, shows how Biden’s aides prepare a short document with a photograph that depicts his precise route he needs to use to ‘walk to the podium’.

The template also reportedly included memos that showed the ‘view from podium’ and ‘view from audience’, which were also accompanied by photographs.

The White House has claimed the short memos are ‘basic approaches’ that are critical to Biden’s ‘advance work’ as president, adding that the same approached is also used by Vice President Kamala Harris’ team.

But some event staff have said they were ‘surprised’ by the memos and do not think a ‘seasoned political pro’ should need verbal and visual guidance on ‘how to enter and exit a room’.

 President Joe Biden is given detailed instructions with pictures and large font instructing him on how to entry venues ahead of planned events, it has emerged. Biden is pictured in March 2021 looking at notes as he answers questions from journalists

Biden's aides prepare a short document with a photograph that depicts his precise 'walk to the podium', Axios has revealed. Biden is pictured reading a note from an aide during a meeting in the South Court Auditorium of the White House on July 28, 2022

Biden’s aides prepare a short document with a photograph that depicts his precise ‘walk to the podium’, Axios has revealed. Biden is pictured reading a note from an aide during a meeting in the South Court Auditorium of the White House on July 28, 2022

The White House provides event staff with a template to use when preparing their instructions for Biden ahead of events, Axios reported.

The template, referred to by Biden’s staff as ‘advance work’, uses large font and visual aids to show different views of the venue interior, including the President’s entry and exit paths.

A staffer who allegedly worked a Biden event in the last 18 months described the guidance as ‘detailed verbal and visual instructions’.

The worker, who claimed to be ‘surprised’ by the guidance, added: ‘I staffed a simple fundraiser at a private residence, but they treated it like it was a NATO summit with his movements.’

Biden’s staff has seemingly downplayed the guidance, alleging that ‘high levels of detail and precision are critical to presidential advance work — regardless of who is president’.

The White House told Axios the documents ‘are basic approaches that are used by any modern advance team, including the vice president’s office and agencies.’

A spokesperson for Harris reportedly confirmed that she and her staff are briefed in a similar way at events, saying: ‘These documents are standard logistical briefing materials and photos for any principal, including the vice president.’

DailyMail.com has approached the White House for comment. 

The White House has claimed the short memos are 'basic approaches' that are critical to Biden's 'advance work' as president, adding that the same approached is also used by the Vice President's team. Biden holds a card handed to him by an aide that reads 'Sir, there is something on your chin' during a meeting at the White House on July 30, 2021

The White House has claimed the short memos are ‘basic approaches’ that are critical to Biden’s ‘advance work’ as president, adding that the same approached is also used by the Vice President’s team. Biden holds a card handed to him by an aide that reads ‘Sir, there is something on your chin’ during a meeting at the White House on July 30, 2021

Democratic lawmakers held a crisis call on Sunday afternoon to discuss President Joe Biden 's viability as their 2024 candidate amid growing concerns over their own political futures in November

Democratic lawmakers held a crisis call on Sunday afternoon to discuss President Joe Biden ‘s viability as their 2024 candidate amid growing concerns over their own political futures in November

Democratic Leader Hakeem Jeffries scheduled the call with caucus members as they prepare to head back to Washington, D.C. on Monday after breaking for the July 4 holiday

Democratic Leader Hakeem Jeffries scheduled the call with caucus members as they prepare to head back to Washington, D.C. on Monday after breaking for the July 4 holiday

The event documents were made public on Sunday, the same day that Democratic lawmakers held a crisis call to discuss Biden’s viability as their 2024 candidate amid growing concerns over their own political futures in November. 

On the call, at least five more Democratic lawmakers called on Biden, 81, to step aside, according to reports. And most agreed that Vice President Harris, 59, should be the nominee instead. 

Judiciary Ranking Member Jerry Nadler and House Veterans’ Affairs Committee Ranking Member Mark Takano are among those who expressed they want Biden to end his White House bid. 

Reps. Don Beyer, Adam Smith and Joseph Morelle, the top Democrat on the House Administration Committee, also said Biden is done for. 

Democratic Leader Hakeem Jeffries scheduled the call with caucus members as they prepare to head back to Washington, DC on Monday after breaking for the July 4 holiday. 

‘The s**t is going to hit the fan on Monday, when Congress returns,’ a House Democrat said in a recent report. 

They added: ‘People are scared about their own races. But they’re also worried about the country, and about democracy.’

Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) is also organizing a group of Senate Democrats to discuss Biden’s future, and is pushing to meet Monday evening. 

Committee Ranking Member Jerry Nadler (D-NY)

Rep. Mark Takano (CA 41st District)

Judiciary Ranking Member Jerry Nadler and House Veterans’ Affairs Committee Ranking Member Mark Takano are among those who expressed they want Biden to end his White House bid

This comes after reports that Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) began organizing a group of Senate Democrats to discuss Biden’s future. 

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) told NBC’s Meet the Press during a Sunday interview: ‘The performance on the debate stage, I think, rightfully raised questions among the American people about whether the president has the vigor to defeat Donald Trump. And this is an existential race.’

He should be mopping the floor with Donald Trump. Joe Biden is running against a criminal. It should not be even close. And there is only one reason why it is close – and that’s the president’s age.’ the California Democrat added.

‘And what I would advise the president is seek out the opinions of people you trust. He’s obviously talked to his family about this… but he should seek out people with some distance and objectivity. 

‘He should seek out pollsters who are not his own pollsters.’

‘Take a moment to make the best informed judgment. And if the judgment is run – then run and beat that SOB.’

Democratic lawmakers are growing increasingly worried about their races in November and are likely to up calls for President Joe Biden to drop out of the race this week

Democratic lawmakers are growing increasingly worried about their races in November and are likely to up calls for President Joe Biden to drop out of the race this week

Also this past weekend, a White House staffer who has worked closely with Biden for years revealed how the commander-in-chief’s mental acuity has seemingly declined.

The senior White House official who worked with the Biden during his presidency, vice presidency and 2020 campaign told the New York Times he no longer believes the 81-year-old has what it takes to defeat Trump.

That official, who declined to be named so he could speak openly, said the president has shown more and more signs of his age in recent months – speaking more slowly, haltingly and quietly.

Biden has also appeared more fatigued in private, the staffer said, concluding that he should not continue to seek re-election.

Others in Biden’s inner circle have noted that he seems to trail off mid-sentence and freeze in public.

Last month, the president apparently froze at a Juneteenth White House celebration. 

He was seen staring blankly ahead as Vice President Kamala Harris danced beside him. In a speech at the event, he also seemed to slur his words.

Less than a week later, Biden again stopped abruptly at a fundraiser in Los Angeles, staring blankly over the crowd for several seconds. 

But a White House representative dismissed reports of a frozen reaction to DailyMail.com as ‘fakes’ and ‘lies,’ explaining his reaction was simply ‘taking in an applauding crowd for a few seconds.’

In more recent days, donors were left stunned when Biden described a French cemetery in Normandy as ‘Italian’ at a fundraiser in the Hamptons, insiders told the Washington Post.

When Biden later made an appearance at the New Jersey governor’s private villa, sources said he spoke so softly that a crowd of 50 people had to crane their necks to hear him speak from a teleprompter. 

Then on Thursday, Biden seemingly mixed himself up with his Vice President Kamala Harris in an interview with Philadelphia’s WURD

‘By the way, I’m proud to be, as I said, the first vice president, first black woman… to serve with a black president,’ he said, confusingly.

Biden wandered off during a demonstration by parachutists at the annual G7 meeting and was stage managed by the Italian prime minister

Biden wandered off during a demonstration by parachutists at the annual G7 meeting and was stage managed by the Italian prime minister

‘Proud to be involved of the first black woman on the Supreme Court. There’s so much that we can do because, look… we’re the United States of America.’ 

He appeared to be highlighting his appointment of Kamala Harris as the United States first black female vice president. 

But Biden himself was previously vice president, which is likely what he was referring to in ‘to serve with a black president.’ 

Even politicians in other countries have apparently noticed the American president’s mental issues.

Last month, Biden wandered off during a demonstration by parachutists at the annual G7 meeting and was stage managed by the Italian prime minister.  

He then skipped out on a major dinner, as the Italian media reported that Biden was ‘tired’ after a full day of events.  

Three French officials who helped organize Biden’s visit to France have said their US counterparts’ reactions to the options offered for a state visit in Paris and D-Day commemorations in Normandy made them believe the president’s health must be fragile.

They were told the president needed some time to rest and they felt Biden’s entourage was very protective of him.

Biden aides have been trying to limit President Biden's on-air stumbles for years

Biden aides have been trying to limit President Biden’s on-air stumbles for years

Aides have shortened the size of the staircase up to Air Force One after a series of falls

Aides have shortened the size of the staircase up to Air Force One after a series of falls

For years, White House aides have been trying to reduce the president’s on-air stumbles – shortening the size of the staircase to board Air Force One, with a Secret Service agent standing at the bottom of the stairs as an extra precaution.

Aides have also built-in recovery stretches to his schedules – long weekends or extended stays in either his home state of Delaware or at the presidential retreat at Camp David.

Biden’s public interactions – especially those with journalists – have even been greatly reduced under a mandate led by one of his top advisers, Anita Dunn.

At the same time, Biden’s advisers have maintained that the president is in top shape, both physically and mentally, and will be able to effectively serve another term until 2028 – when he would reach 86 years old. 

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