Biden Stumbles Again While Trying To Climb Stairs

President Joe Biden has once again stumbled while walking up a flight of stairs to Air Force One — this time following a trip to Alabama to commemorate the 58th anniversary of the “Bloody Sunday” march during the civil rights era.

On Sunday, after exiting Marine One, Biden walked across the tarmac and began climbing the stairs to board his flight back to Delaware on Air Force One.

After successfully making it halfway up the steps, the president briefly lost his balance — though he was able to stop himself from falling.

This near-fall was the second time in recent weeks that Biden has had difficulty ascending the stairs of Air Force One — though there are more incidents throughout his time in the White House.

In late February, the president tripped and caught himself while boarding a flight to return to the United States after a trip to Eastern Europe.

Biden also stumbled and nearly fell on the steps of Air Force One back in June 2022, this time while leaving the U.S. to attend the Summit of the Americas.

The most memorable incident of Biden falling occurred in March 2021, where the elderly president was seen repeatedly falling on Air Force One’s stairs before a trip to Atlanta. The video went viral on social media and was even made into memes by conservatives.

Biden doesn’t just have problems with stairs, as he was also caught on video falling off of his bike during a ride near his Rehoboth Beach, Delaware home. After falling to the ground while the bicycle was completely stationary, Biden told the crowd that surrounded him that he was “good.”

All of this comes amid continued scrutiny over the president’s fitness for office, with many questioning his cognitive and physical abilities due to his age.

Biden, who turned 80 earlier this year, recently had a physical with White House physician Kevin O’Connor. Despite clear evidence to the contrary, O’Connor claimed that Biden was “a healthy, vigorous 80-year-old male who is fit to successfully execute the duties of the Presidency, to include those as Chief Executive, Head of State and Commander in Chief.”