Not Again – Biden Falls While Boarding Air Force One To Depart Poland (Video)

President Joe Biden on Wednesday strongly condemned Russian President Vladimir Putin’s move to suspend his country’s involvement in the last remaining arms control treaty with the U.S.

Biden was asked about his reaction to Putin pulling out of the New START nuclear treaty upon arriving at the Polish Presidential Palace in Warsaw ahead of a meeting with leaders of the so-called Bucharest Nine group of eastern European nations and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.

“I don’t have time,” the president initially said. Pressed again on his reaction, Biden said, “big mistake.”

But after showing his “strength” the world again witnessed another humiliation of the U.S. President.

President Biden once again had issues keeping his balance Wednesday as he stumbled up the steps of Air Force One on his way home from Poland.

The president stumbled and fell forward on the stairs. He quickly recovered, stood up, and entered the plane.

Despite the blip, Mr. Biden waved to let everyone know he was OK.

Video below:

He previously slipped and fell while boarding Air Force One in separate incidents. The falls raise questions about whether Mr. Biden, the nation’s oldest president, is in good health.

Here Biden is seen on Tuesday walking extremely awkwardly:

As the Washington Times reported Mr. Biden received a clean bill of health last week from his physician, Dr. Kevin O’Connor, who wrote in a memo, “President Biden remains a healthy, vigorous, 80-year-old male, who is fit to successfully execute the duties of the presidency, to include those as chief executive, head of state and commander in chief.”

As we reported yesterday following Biden’s arrival in Warsaw, social media users shared videos showing a person falling down the stairs after walking off a U.S. government airplane.

Video below:

Somebody always falls down in the Biden administration.

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Old Vet
Old Vet
1 year ago

Must be time to trade in Air Force One, it’s just a tripping hazard. People of the world are starting to think there is something wrong with our Potus….lol…