Donald Trump tweets 'get well soon' after Joe Biden fractures his foot, Internet says 'you seem pretty insincere'

Social media wasn't too pleased with Trump wishing Biden well and lashed at him saying that Biden would be in better shape in time for the inauguration

                            Donald Trump tweets 'get well soon' after Joe Biden fractures his foot, Internet says 'you seem pretty insincere'
Donald Trump and Joe Biden (Getty Images)

President-elect Joe Biden has a suffered hairline fracture in his "mid-foot" and will require the help of a “walking boot for several weeks”, his doctor informed on Sunday, November 29. Biden had slipped while playing with his dog Major.

Dr Kevin O'Connor, said, “Initial x-rays did not show any obvious fracture, but his clinical exam warranted more detailed imaging. Follow-up CT scan confirmed hairline (small) fractures of President-elect Biden's lateral and intermediate cuneiform bones, which are in the mid-foot. It is anticipated that he will likely require a walking boot for several weeks.” As reported by CNN, his office said, earlier, he was going to be examined by an orthopedist “out of an abundance of caution” after he twisted his ankle while playing with the dog.

Meanwhile, President Donald Trump quote-tweeted NBC News’ White House Correspondent Kelly O'Donnell’ tweet: “NEW: @nbcnews photographer captures @JoeBiden leaving orthopedic office in Delaware where the president-elect was just treated for what his doctor called a sprained right ankle from a fall Saturday.” And wrote: “Get well soon!”


And, just like his other tweets, this one also got a lot of reactions. A user commented, “Joe will be fine & nothing will stop him from becoming PRESIDENT of the USA on January 20, 2021!” Another said, “I bet he can still walk down a ramp AND drink a glass of water with one hand while doing so.” One opined, “This is the first descent tweet I’ve ever seen you make. Congrats on finally growing up.”

One social media user stated, “I am sure his foot will be healed by his inauguration, but your concern for him in the midst of your tweets calling him a cheater, and claiming false rigged elections really seems pretty insincere.” One stated, “We still don't know details about Trump's mysterious visits to Walter Reed.” A user tweeted: “Oh I’m sure he will. He’s in great physical shape (unlike another president I know) he’ll be back on both feet in plenty of time for HIS inauguration Smiling face with smiling eyes no worries!”













Trump has still not conceded. And, as MEAWW reported, the Philadelphia Supreme Court on Friday, November 27, rejected Trump’s latest effort to challenge the election results by blocking President-elect Biden from being declared the winner in Pennsylvania. Trump’s legal team appealed to the Supreme Court despite the judges’ saying that his “campaign’s claims have no merit." Now the Supreme Court has rejected another lawsuit on Saturday, November 28 from US Rep. Mike Kelly and other Republicans. The lawsuit alleged that the vote-by-mail scheme used by the Commonwealth during the 2020 election was unconstitutional. Following this, Trump ranted on Twitter, saying, "The number of ballots that our Campaign is challenging in the Pennsylvania case is FAR LARGER than the 81,000 vote margin. It’s not even close. Fraud and illegality ARE a big part of the case. Documents being completed. We will appeal!"


On the other hand, on Sunday, November 29, the Joe Biden-Kamala Harris presidential transition announced several senior communication roles. These include Jen Psaki as White House press secretary, Symone Sanders as senior advisor and chief spokesperson for vice-president, Kate Bedingfield as White House communications director, Pili Tobar as deputy White House communications director, Karine Jean-Pierre as principal deputy press secretary, Ashley Etienne as communications director for the vice-president and Elizabeth Alexander as communications director for First Lady Jill Biden.

These remarks were made by the internet and individual organizations, MEAWW cannot confirm them independently and nor does it support these claims being made on the Internet.

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