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President Biden fell off his bicycle on Saturday morning after stopping in front of a group of reporters and members of the public during a ride in Delaware with first lady Jill Biden.
The president, who has often been seen on his bike since taking office in the Oval Office, said he tripped over the pedal trying to get it out to stop.
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“I’m fine,” he said, appearing in high spirits when immediately asked if he was okay.
Biden leaned over to greet a child waiting along the president’s driveway in Rehoboth Beach and asked him what it was like to lead the country.
“Oh, it’s like any other job,” Biden joked. “Some parts are harsh.”
The president then took a photo with the young girl who once said she was considering becoming president.
Biden did not respond to questions about his upcoming meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping or the lifting of China-related tariffs.
The president applauded recent moves in Delaware this week that banned the sale of assault weapons.
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Biden also said he was “satisfied” with the progress the Senate has made on gun control and said he was “ready” to sign legislation on tougher gun control laws.
The president got back on his bike and said, “Okay guys, see you soon” before riding off.