Biden almost fell on the stairs again (video)

April 02, 2021
This comes after two weeks of tripping over the stairs of the plane. This comes after two weeks of tripping over the stairs of the plane.

America, Daily Times: - America's president, 78-year-old Joe Biden, almost did it again and fell on the stairs of Air Force One, where he stumbled while boarding despite his eagerness during the rain and preoccupied with the parachute and a bag that was in his hand.

Biden was climbing the stairs of Air Force One very cautiously when he was on his way to Pennsylvania to launch his $ 2 trillion infrastructure plan, only to stumble again, without falling.

And a video clip captured from the bottom of the stairs shows that the US President ascends to the plane and carries a bag and an umbrella with him in the pouring rain, and shortly before reaching the entrance to the plane, he almost fell after missing a staircase, but he corrected the matter and maintained his balance.

This comes after two weeks of tripping over the stairs of the plane.

The first time he managed to grab the edge of the stairs and continued walking, but his balance was lost a second time and then a third time until he fell on his knees.

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