Trump laughs at Joe Biden's bike accident.
Former US President Donald Trump made fun of current US President Joe Biden on his own social media app, "Truth Social," after Biden fell off his bike at the end of a ride at Cape Henlopen State Park in Delaware on Saturday.
Trump posted a video on Truth Social of himself playing golf, which is his favorite and most-played sport. In the video, the former president is seen wearing a MAGA hat and throwing a golf ball, and then a video of Biden falling off his bike plays.
The former president's video on Truth Social got a lot of attention because it quickly got thousands of "ReTruths" and "Likes." Also, the video wasn't just shared with people who used the Truth Social. It was also shared on Twitter and other social media sites.
People wrote things like "Score!," "I'm dead," "Incredible," and "Nice shot, Donnie!" on Trump's video making fun of himself. Before he fell, the 79-year-old president was on a ride with the First Lady, Jill Biden.
Before he was banned from Twitter for good in 2021, former President Trump retweeted on his official account a video made by a random person that showed him also throwing a golf ball and hitting the back of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, causing her to fall over the steps of a plane.
Joe Biden finished his bike tour, but when he tried to get off, he fell off, but he told the crowd he wasn't hurt. The president told the reporters who saw him fall, "I'm good."
In Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, the 46th president and his wife Jill celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary and Juneteenth weekend.
People on social media have also shared other videos of the president falling down in different places and times. Some people have also shared videos of Hillary Clinton and Mike Pence, who used to be the vice president of Donald Trump, falling down while walking or climbing the steps of an airplane.
In fact, this is not the first time Joe Biden has fallen. The US President has a long history of tripping and falling, especially when climbing up the steps of an airplane.