Rehoboth, who owns a city by the sea in the state of Delaware, fell off his bike while riding with the US president on the beach. He got up fast before promising to be well.
US President Joe Biden, 79, fell from his stationary bike in Delaware on Saturday morning, where he spent the weekend, but quickly got up and said he was “fine”.
The president fell at 9:40 a.m. while riding his bike on the beach in the small coastal town of Rehoboth, where he usually spends his weekends at his villa by the sea, a reporter from the Presidential Pond said.
Joe Biden wanted to stop talking to passersby and reporters waiting for him, but said he had trouble removing his feet from the pedal. According to the journalist’s video, when his bike was immobile, he fell to the side.
He was immediately surrounded by his bodyguards, but soon he was on his feet. When asked about his health, he replied:
“I am fine.”
The president was wearing shorts, blue sneakers, a bicycle helmet and gloves. According to the journalist, no visible traces of the fall, such as scratches, were visible. He then chatted with passersby for a while, then spoke to reporters, got on his bike again and left about 5 minutes later.
He was accompanied by his wife, Jill Biden, who did not see the fall and continued on his way.
A closer examination of the body
The health of all US presidents is closely monitored, but especially as Joe Biden ages.
In November 2020, Joe Biden, already elected but not yet president, broke his leg while playing with the Major, one of his two German Shepherds.
One year later, in November 2021, Joe Biden was diagnosed by his doctor during a health examination as being “in good health”, “serious” and “fit” to perform his function.
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