Trump jabs Biden over bike fall, vows to ‘never, ever ride a bicycle’

President Joe Biden has taken increased criticism in past weeks over the idea of the 79-year-old mounting a second run for the White House in 2024. Shortly after his stamina and mental acuity was called out by usually friendly mainstream media sources, the president made headlines after falling off a bike while stationary.

The moment went mega-viral, and not surprisingly, drew the attention of former President Donald Trump, who used the moment to take a few jabs at Biden, vowing that if he’s ever elected president again, he’ll refrain from riding a bike, the Daily Caller reports. 

“We can erase the calamities of the Biden years. All it takes is a House, a Senate and a president who will put America first,” Trump began while speaking during the American Freedom Tour.

He added: “We can erase the calamities of the Biden years. All it takes is a House, a Senate and a president who will put America first.”

“One of the greatest travesties of all this is to see a person in the White House who even after years of political experience, has absolutely no clue how to be the president of the United States, and I hope he has recovered, because as you know he fell off his bicycle. No, I’m serious, I hope he’s okay.”

“I make this pledge to you today. I will never, ever ride a bicycle,” the president concluded, drawing laughter and applause from the audience.

Fortunately for the elderly president, the fall didn’t break any bones, and the White House confirmed that Biden was fine and in good health.

Questions were raised over why Biden’s handlers would put the man — who seemingly has trouble traversing stairs and often gets confused about where to walk — on a bicycle in front of a crowd of people with cameras.