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President Joe Biden caught some attention after skipping dinner with NATO leaders on Tuesday night opting instead to head straight to his hotel in Lithuania.

When asked why Biden wasn’t attending the dinner, a US official blamed his busy schedule over the past four days for the early departure and said the president is preparing for a ‘big speech’ on Wednesday.

Biden had Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, attend in his place.

The dinner diss came after Biden told Turkish President, Recep Erdogan, that he would win re-election and that he would be working with him for the next five years.

Clearly not taking into consideration mounting concerns about his age, and the bribery scandals surrounding his family, Biden seemed incredibly confident about his chances in 2024. Biden will be 86 by the end of his second term should he win re-election.

On any given day, Twitter is active with criticism of the president’s cognitive abilities and the NATO summit was no exception: