Donald Trump expresses sympathy for Joe Biden after his fall

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Joe Biden is trying to put Donald Trump in jail.

Trump recently spoke out about Biden.

And Donald Trump admitted something about Joe Biden that no one ever expected.

President Joe Biden took a nasty fall while on stage for the U.S. Air Force Academy’s graduation ceremony at Falcon Stadium in Colorado Springs last Thursday.

The video footage of the incident showed Biden, 80, walking off center stage, then tripping and stumbling, ending up nearly on all fours.

According to the White House report, Biden apparently tripped “on a black sandbag on the stage,” but appeared “to be ok and continued to stand until the ceremony ended a few minutes later.”

“I got sandbagged,” Biden later told reporters when he returned to the White House.

Former President Donald Trump expressed sympathy for Biden upon learning that he’d fallen.

“He actually fell down? Well I hope he wasn’t hurt. I hope he wasn’t hurt,” Trump said.

He then remembered his own concerns of falling after delivering a commencement speech at West Point military academy in 2021.

“You gotta be careful about that. You gotta be careful about that, because you don’t want that. Even if you have to tiptoe down a ramp,” Trump said, referring to a video of him walking down a ramp at West Point.

“That was the best speech I think I’ve ever made,” Trump recounted.

“It was pouring rain and it was horrible and cold and windy and they have a ramp that’s pure like an ice skating rink, and it was like 25 feet long, and I’m talking to the general — he has boots on, you know, big combat boots and they’re rubber soles — I have nice leather [shoes], and I say, ‘You know what general, if I grab you, you just get ready because I got this stupid ramp that someone put up and there’s no stairs,’ and so I tip-toed down and I suffered for that.”

“If he fell, that’s too bad,” he added. “That’s a bad place to fall, when you’re making a — I think it was at the Air Force Academy. That’s not inspiring.”

Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL), who is also running for President, noted that Biden’s fall is symbolic to the state of the country.

“Isn’t it kind of just symbolic about the state of the country? You have a president who lacks energy, who’s stumped, stumbling around. No leadership for the country’s future. And unfortunately, you see an incident like that,” DeSantis said in a radio interview with ‘The Kelly Golden Show.’