Biden is ‘OK,’ according to the White House, after falling off his bike in Delaware
A White House spokesman said President Joe Biden fell from his bicycle on Saturday while riding a bicycle in a state park near his home on Rehoboth Beach in Delaware.
The official added that journalists traveling with the president do not need medical care. According to the president, he landed on a bicycle, and everything is in order. No medical care is required. The president is looking forward to spending the rest of the day with his family.
When the first lady finished cycling with Jill Fiden, Fiden slipped. The president left the group on a bicycle to the surrounding crowd. When Biden stopped and tried to leave, he seemed to put his foot on the pedal. “He put his foot in his toe,” Biden later told reporters traveling with him. “All is well with me.”
U.S. Secret Service agents provided assistance shortly after the president’s resignation. People applauded when the 80-year-old president resigned in November. Biden then addressed the crowd for a few minutes, bringing an observer to meet with his dog breeder. “Oh, it’s like any other job,” Biden joked when a child in the crowd asked him what the country would look like.
“Some parts are simple and some are complex,” he added.
The bride and groom spend their long weekends at their home in Rehoboth Beach, celebrating their forty-fifth wedding anniversary. This story has been updated with additional information.