OOPS! Joe Biden Falls Off His Bike In Delaware (VIDEO)

Remember that time when Trump was president and he was walking down an icy ramp very carefully so he wouldn’t slip and the media went nuts claiming it was proof that he was somehow infirm?

It’ll be fun to see how they react to this.

Biden was riding his bike in Delaware over the weekend and fell off of it at one point.

FOX News reports:

Biden falls off bike on Delaware ride with first lady, says ‘I’m good’

President Biden took a tumble off his bike Saturday morning after he stopped by a group of reporters and members of the public while out for a ride in Delaware with first lady Jill Biden.

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The president, who has frequently been seen on a bicycle since taking up his post in the Oval Office, said he got his foot caught in the pedal when trying to take it out to stop.

“I’m good,” he said appearing in good spirits when immediately asked if he was OK.

In a statement to Fox News a White House official said, “The President said, his foot got caught on the pedal while dismounting and he is fine. No medical attention is needed.

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“The President looks forward to spending the rest of the day with his family,” the official added.

Following his tumble, Biden bent down to greet a child who was waiting along the president’s route in Rehoboth Beach and asked him what it’s like to run the country.

Watch below:

This is not a good look.

Should a man of his age even be riding a bike?


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