Biden Takes Tumble On Stage At Air Force Academy

Cadets during the embarrassing fall that President Biden took at the Air Force Academy graduation ceremony appeared stunned by the stunning incident.

Biden appeared to trip over a sandbag as he stepped off the stage after delivering the commencement address on Thursday for the graduating cadets, resulting in an alarming fall.

The cadets’ mouths dropped open and worried expressions flashed across their faces as they watched Vice President Biden take the fall in front of the crowd.

The dramatic video of the scene showed the audience’s responses, including loud gasps and cries coming from the audience members.

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As the president was falling to the ground, a woman in white could be seen covering her face, and the cadets standing behind the podium appeared to be at a loss for words.

A photograph shows what appears to be a Secret Service agent frantically racing to the president’s aid. In contrast, others in the immediate area stare at the president with looks of concern and disbelief on their faces.

The cadets seated behind the podium appeared to be surprised by the situation, and they were murmuring to one another when Vice President Biden made his way to settle down near them after he fell.

Biden Takes Tumble On Stage At Air Force Academy

The president, who is 80 years old and recently stated that he will be running for another four years in office during the next election cycle, seems to receive much support from many different people.

After the fall, the president appeared to blame a nearby sandbag, even though questions were raised about Biden’s age because he had fallen multiple times throughout his tenure in office.

As soon as the president fell, the director of communications for the White House, Ben Labolt, instantly speculated that the sandbag was to blame.

“He’s fine. There was a sandbag on stage while he was shaking hands,”  LaBolt tweeted.

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