Trump mocks Biden for Air Force One fall while repeating election fraud claims: 'I didn’t lose to him'

In a viral TikTok video, Trump says, 'I watched as Joe Biden went up the stairs today and I said, ‘I didn’t lose to him,’ which we didn’t lose to him. Almost 75 million votes and probably a lot more than that'


                            Trump mocks Biden for Air Force One fall while repeating election fraud claims: 'I didn’t lose to him'
Donald Trump mocked President Joe Biden falling on the stairs of Air Force One (Getty Images/Twitter)

President Joe Biden's infamous three-time stumble and fall while walking up the stairs to Air Force One has gone viral by now. Many Republicans and conservative commentators as well as ordinary social media users have taken their pot-shots at Biden for the triple-stumble. Hopping on to that bandwagon is former president Donald Trump.

In a viral TikTok video shared by Robert Petosian, Trump can be seen standing on the steps of his Mar-a-Lago resort, as he speaks to the microphone propped on a podium in front of him.

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“I watched as Joe Biden went up the stairs today and I said, ‘I didn’t lose to him,’ which we didn’t lose to him,” he said as the crowd roared with laughter. “Almost 75 million votes and probably a lot more than that," Trump added, repeating his election fraud claims. 



 

Trump's comments came after Biden made headlines with his fall that left many worried about his health. The president was on his way to Atlanta for a visit with community leaders when he fell three times in a row, grasping the rail every time he stumbled. The video of his fall sees him finally get up, turn around and offer the camera a salute.

Public's concerns about the POTUS's health escalated suddenly, and some commentators like Candace Owens said Biden was showing symptoms of dementia. The White House clarified that Biden had stumbled because it was "very windy".

White House Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said when asked about the president's fall, “It’s pretty windy outside. It’s very windy. I almost fell coming up the steps myself. He is doing 100 percent fine.”



 



 

White House Communications Director Kate Bedingfield also clarified: “I know folks have seen that President Biden slipped on his way up the stairs to AF1, but I’m happy to report that he is just fine and did not even require any attention from the medical team who travels with him. Nothing more than a misstep on the stairs."

The ex-POTUS's son Donald Trump Jr begged to differ. “It wasn’t the wind, folks,” Donald Trump Jr. tweeted along with an edited video using clips of his father hitting a golf ball, and showing the same ball hitting Biden, causing him to fall.



 

Trump Jr further countered: "I remember the press bashing Trump for touching the rail once. Biden falls repeatedly but I’m sure he’s the picture of health. No wonder all our enemies are pouncing simultaneously and mocking him publicly.” This was largely in response to the Biden presidential campaign. Before his November 2020 win, when Biden, was only the Democratic presidential candidate, he had mocked then-president Trump.



 

 

Responding to a reporter about his own fitness, Biden had said: “Look at how he steps and look how I step. Watch how I run up ramps and he stumbles down ramps." This was in reference to Trump holding on to rails to climb down the stairs. "Okay, c’mon,” Biden added, continuing: “It’s a legitimate question to ask. Legitimate question to ask of both of us. Thank God my health is good, but I’m a great respecter of fate. I realize that anything can happen to anybody at any age, any time. But I promise you, I would not be running unless I was in very good health. I work out every morning, and I am in relatively good shape. As my mother would say, knock on wood.”



 

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