BREAKING: Joe Biden suffers fall on stage during US Air Force Academy graduation

White House communications director Ben LaBolt said, "He's fine. There was a sandbag on stage while he was shaking hands."

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

During an appearance at the US Air Force Academy’s graduation ceremony on Thursday, President Joe Biden was seen falling to the ground on stage.

Biden was seen in the video shaking the hand of a newly graduated cadet, turning to take a few steps, and tumbling to the ground.

Speaking live on Thursday’s episode of Human Events, Jack Posobiec questioned whether the fall was caused by a hurt foot early in his presidency. "I don’t know, that may have been the same side, he’s got a weakness on that side."

"That’s a serious fall," he said.

Posobiec called for prayers for "our devout Catholic commander in chief President Biden, hope that he gets well, and maybe, just maybe he could resign and go home and then we could get a real President, even though, of course, the current vice president isn’t very much of one."

"Folks, this is what happens when America does not have strong leadership. we’re a laughingstock at home, we’re a laughingstock abroad, and I guarantee you that video is going to be played everywhere."

"Take your country back. The time to take action is now," he added.

White House communications director Ben LaBolt wrote on Twitter, "He's fine. There was a sandbag on stage while he was shaking hands."

President Trump responded to the call.

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