Twitter reacts to Biden fall (Videos and 5 funny memes)

Twitter reacts to Biden fall (Videos and 5 funny memes)

US President, Joe Biden Falls While Boarding Air Force One.

It was not immediately clear what tripped the US President the first time, but shortly after getting back, he fell twice more before dusting himself off.

Donald Trump Jr. drew the ire of many with his tweet on the fall of the president:

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.

Caleb Hull

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Oh little one. Must be hard trying to build trump up when you know the entire world can’t stand him. Grabbing onto little threads these days to stay relevant and keep daddy relevant so he loves you like he loves Ivanka. So much love for her that he would sleep with her
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@MrsM4Peace
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@DonaldJTrumpJr
A. you’re not press
B. your loose associations (please look that up) are very concerning
C. you don’t have access to the world stage anymore
D. An elderly person falling isn’t funny even if it’s your dad

troy [email protected]
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@DonaldJTrumpJr
Ironically this is how his whole presidency is going, falling well short of anything that is good for this country and the American people.

Gordon [email protected]
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@DonaldJTrumpJr
And our allies just made fun of your dad.

Nigerian twitter users react to Biden fall


 
Dictator [email protected]
 
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The video removes the drama from your stills 

 
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This is an omen
 
 
Tope [email protected]
 
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Sleepy Joe is challenging Buhari for the worst president award. Lol
 
 
Sir [email protected]_Ugwoke
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How does this be a news, anyone can miss his step.
 
Jael @Emeghara_Jael
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Uncle you no study journalism, so keep quite. This is a big news because he is a prominent person. Prominence is one of the elements of news
 
 
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Don’t worry we have found the culprit
 
 
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People self
 
 

Akin [email protected]_akins
 
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Well, I only see some lessons in this trip/ falls. If u fall in any pursuit in life, don’t be in a hurry to make amend, else u will make the same mistake and fall even greater. Take it easy, retract ur steps and go forward. Baba was in a hurry to get up and move on
 
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Simpsons predicted his death* according to those who do watch the cartoon Hope this is not a sign that his death* his nearer than before now that he had openly accused Putin of Russia of being a murderer*.
 
Tayo [email protected]
 
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When has it become a crime to fall or is it because his the President?

on Thursday, Russian leader Putin says ‘it takes one to know one’ after president Joe Biden agrees with an announcement calling the Russian president a ‘killer’.

In a Tuesday conversation with George Stephanopoulos on ABC, US President Biden said “I do” in reply to a query asking him if he thought Russian President Putin was a “killer.” Putin, in a TV appearance, expressed “it takes one to know one” in feedback to the comments.

A Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson confirmed Russia withdrew its ambassador to the United States on Wednesday but did not give a specific reason, according to NBC News. In a press conference on Thursday, Press Secretary Psaki said Biden does not apologize for calling Putin a killer.

Putin replied to his US counterpart in a press conference to mark the seventh commemoration of Russia’s takeover of Crimea:

‘I remember in my childhood when we argued in the courtyard, we used to say: it takes one to know one,’ he told state TV. ‘That’s not … just a children’s saying or joke.

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