President of the United States Joe Biden fell three times on airstairs on his way to Atlanta, raising new health concerns, but the White House claims he is fine.
In the aftermath of the massage parlor massacre, America’s oldest president, 78, revived to give a salute at the top of the stairs before leaving to meet with Asian American community leaders.
Mr. Biden’s tumble on a blustery morning at Joint Base Andrews comes after he suffered a hairline fracture in his right foot while playing with his dog in November 2020, requiring him to wear a boot for several weeks.
After the fall, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told White House pool reporters that the president was “doing fine.”
The triple whammy occurs after the president’s fitness for office was called into question after he referred to his vice president as “President Harris.”
According to a Rasmussen poll conducted in March, half of Americans were “not confident” that Mr. Biden was “physically and mentally up to the job,” with a third concerned that he had yet to hold a press conference.
Mr. Biden’s first press conference, according to the White House, will take place on March 25, his 65th day in office.