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 May 20, 2023

Joe Biden nearly stumbles down small set of stairs at G-7 Summit

One of the many crises President Joe Biden has faced during his time in office is a common object most of us navigate safely daily -- a set of stairs. 

According to Breitbart, Biden's latest frightening encounter with stairs came during his trip to Japan to meet with G7 leaders.

As the president very slowly and awkwardly approached a small set of stairs on his way to shake hands with various leaders, the elderly Biden nearly had a total catastrophe on camera.

Breitbart noted:

Video shows the 80-year-old president walking down the steps and briefly stumbling during his visit to the Itsukushima Shrine, where he met Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and other world leaders.

Perhaps the 80-year-old president was moving too fast for his condition, as he was also reportedly late to meet with the leaders for the site tour.

The president, who many believe has lost the cognitive ability to effectively do his job, has tripped or stumbled going up and down sets of stairs multiple times during his time in the White House.

One instance played out as he boarded Air Force One in February on his way to Poland.

There were several other similar incidents throughout his presidency, but none of them so outrageous as the time he tripped not once, not twice, but THREE times traveling up the stairs to Air Force One.

Biden also generated mountains of comedy material last year after he was caught on camera falling off of his bicycle, while he was at a complete stop talking with reporters.

Amazingly, there are still Democrats professing that the elderly, diminishing president is "just fine!" and is healthy enough to run another presidential campaign. Only time will tell.

Written By:
Ryan Ledendecker

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