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Biden is “Fine” After His Latest Fall at USAF Commencement

Have they redefined “fine”?

President Joe Biden suffered his latest fall on Thursday, stumbling on stage at the US Air Force Academy commencement ceremony.

After the President finished handling out diplomas to the graduates, he turned to leave an area in front of his podium. It looked like Biden was trying to take a bit of a casual, slow jog away but immediately stumbled and fell to the stage floor.

Several people on stage with the President rushed to help the eldely man to his feet. Biden was then guided back to his seat.

White House Communications Director Ben LaBolt tweeted after that fall, “He’s fine.”

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Sure, Ben. He’s “fine”.

He also blamed the fall on a “sandbag” on the stage.

Later in the day, Biden repeated that story as he breezed by the White House press corps without answering any serious, unscripted questions. He then went shuffling back to the White House.

Here’s video of Biden’s latest fall …

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