VIDEO: Trump Mocks Joe Biden's Fall, Says 'I Didn't Lose To Him'


45th President Donald Trump made a brief appearance and spoke to the crowd about Joe Biden’s stunning failure to climb stairs, something he promised voters he would not struggle with on the campaign trail, and again doubled down on his belief that the 2020 election was fraudulent and his victory was stolen.

“I watched as Joe Biden went up the stairs today to the airplane,” said President Trump, as the crowd began to laugh and clap. “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.” The video was originally uploaded to TikTok.

As he prepared to leave office in January, President Trump remarked, “The 25th Amendment is of zero risk to me but will come back to haunt Joe Biden and the Biden administration. As the expression goes, be careful what you wish for.”

Biden fell three times while attempting to climb the stairs and enter Air Force One last week, only one day after he mistakenly referred to his vice president as “President Harris.”

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While the mainstream media incessantly mocked President Trump for walking up and down stairs and ramps slowly, often accusing him of having Parkinson’s or another degenerative disease, the same culprits have been either silent regarding Biden’s falls or have downplayed their severity.

The White House claims that Biden survived his fall unscathed, and blamed the wind. According to official sources, wind speeds at that particular moment were only 14mph, which meteorologists would consider a moderate breeze.

The falls were particularly ironic due to Biden’s past bragging about his ability to run up stairs quickly, saying it proved he was more physically fit than President Trump.

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