Jill Biden on Saturday morning, when he fell off his bike
President Biden was approached by a group of reporters and members of the public while out on a ride in Delaware with first wife Jill Biden on Saturday morning, when he fell off his bike.
The president, who has been spotted riding a bicycle regularly since assuming office, said that he got his foot trapped in the pedal while attempting to stop.
“I’m OK,” he said cheerfully when asked whether he was okay.
“The President claimed his foot got hooked on the pedal when dismounting and he is alright,” a White House official told Fox News. There is no need for medical assistance.
The official said, “The President is looking forward to spending the remainder of the day with his family.”
Following his tumble, Jill Biden knelt to welcome a kid who had been waiting along the president’s path in Rehoboth Beach and questioned him about becoming president.
Biden remarked, “Oh, it’s just like any other job.” “There are certain aspects that are difficult.”
The president then posed for a photo with the young lady, who stated that she aspired to be president one day.
Biden refused to comment on his planned meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping or the possibility of tariffs being lifted against China.
The president praised Delaware’s move this week, which prohibited the sale of assault rifles.
Biden also stated that he was “pleased” with the Senate’s progress on gun control and that he was “prepared” to approve legislation enacting stricter gun rules.
Before riding away, the president remounted his bike and said, “Alright fellas, see you.”