Biden fell off his bike while riding, gestures he is okay
An spokesperson from the White House confirmed that Vice President Joe Biden is “fine,” after he fell off his bike while riding in a state park near his home in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware on Saturday.
The official assured reporters accompanying the President that he does not require medical treatment.
“As the President said, his foot got caught on the pedal while dismounting and he is fine. No medical attention is needed. The President looks forward to spending the rest of the day with his family,” official statement
Biden was ending a bike ride with first lady Jill Biden when he lost his balance and fell. The President veered off course to address a nearby gathering on his bike. Biden stopped, and it seemed like he tried to disembark, but his foot got hooked on the pedal.
To the reporters who were accompanying him on the trip, Biden subsequently said, “I got my foot caught” on the toe cage. “I’m good.”
When the President fell, operatives from the US Secret Service were swift to help him up.
When the President, who will turn 80 in November, stood up, the people applauded. After a few minutes of chitchat, Biden introduced a spectator to his dog, Commander.
When a young fan asked what it was like to be president, Vice President Joe Biden said, “Oh, it’s like any other job.”
It is been broken down into “Some parts are easy, some parts are hard,” he said.
The Bidens will be celebrating their 45th wedding anniversary while visiting their Rehoboth Beach home over the long weekend.