US President Joe Biden was riding a bicycle near his beach house in Delaware state on Saturday morning, but did not suffer any injuries.
A video from the White House Pool Report shows the 79-year-old president getting up shortly after a fall. Then he says: “I am good.”
He was biking with First Lady Jill Biden at a state park near their beach home in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, and stopped to talk to onlookers when he fell.
The president told a small crowd of well-wishers and journalists that he had lost his balance while trying to take a leg out of a bike clip.
The result: “an insane scuffle of the Secret Service and the press,” said a White House pool report, adding that there were no visible scratches or scratches from the fall.
“No medical help is needed,” a White House official said. “The president looks forward to spending the rest of the day with his family.”
In a video posted on social media later in the afternoon, the President is trying to prove his agility.
Reporters and onlookers called as Biden left a church service, asking if his spill caused any injuries.
Biden did not respond, but took three quick hops and raised his fist in a show of strength.
As the oldest US president, Biden’s health is a subject of continued attention, especially as speculation rages on whether he will seek a second term in 2024.
In November 2020, shortly after his election but before taking office, Biden broke a leg while playing with his pet German shepherds.
But a year later, in November 2021, his doctor gave Biden a clear bill of health, describing him as “healthy” and “vigorous.”
Taking some questions from reporters on Saturday, Biden said he was “in the process of making up his mind” about easing some Trump-era tariffs on Chinese goods to ease inflationary pressures.
He said that he would soon speak to Chinese President Xi Jinping.
And when asked if he was satisfied with progress on gun legislation — after mass shootings in Texas and New York brought new demands for action — Biden said only that he was happy with action by his home state of Delaware, which The attack was banned. -style weapons.