Donald Trump mercilessly mocked President Joe Biden for repeatedly tripping up stairs and falling off his bike at CPAC.
Trump, 76, who once boarded Air Force One with toilet paper on his shoe, took a dig at the president, 80, at the Conservative Political Action Coalition (CPAC) on Saturday night.
‘We all smile when he falls down stairs and things, it’s cute, when he falls off his bicycle,’ he joked with the crowd, who met him with a roar of laughter.
‘You know what amazes me?’ he continued. ‘The reporters didn’t catch him when the bike was going down, they were standing right next to him. They let him fall,’ he said nonchalantly.
Biden tripped up the stairs of Air Force One last month after a three-day whirlwind visit to Europe, which included a sleepless 10-hour train journey to Ukraine. He also tripped up the same stairs in March while boarding a flight to Illinois.
He also famously fell off his bike near his Delaware home after he had trouble removing his feet from the pedals.
Trump, 76, who once boarded Air Force One with toilet paper on his shoe, took a dig at the president, 80, at the Conservative Political Action Coalition (CPAC) on Saturday night. ‘We all smile when he falls down stairs and things, it’s cute, when he falls off his bicycle,’ he joked
Biden has fallen multiple nights, including last month while boarding Air Force One (pictured)
Trump’s dig came just one night after former Arizona governor nominee Kari Lake took a swipe at Hillary Clinton, 76, saying ‘she’s looking more and more like George Soros,’ who is 92.
‘I’m not trying to be mean here,’ she said. ‘I know they think alike, but they’re starting to look alike – it’s like an old married couple, they’re starting to look alike.’
The former president also said Biden is ‘leading us into oblivion,’ before touting off his deportation plans if he is elected president in 2024.
‘Under my leadership, we will use all necessary state, local, federal and military resources to carry out the largest domestic deportation operation in American history,’ he said.
‘We will pick them up, and we will throw them out of our country and there will be no questions asked.’
He also famously fell off his bike near his Delaware home after he had trouble removing his feet from the pedals
He also tripped up the same stairs in March while boarding a flight to Illinois (pictured)
He can be seen gripping the handrail to hold himself steady
Trump also had a special message for the men in the audience at the Conservative Political Action Conference Saturday when he detailed his plans to have ‘baby bonuses’ for couples – part of his pitch to take the White House again.
‘We will support baby boomers and we will support baby bonuses for a new baby boom, how does that sound? I want a baby boom,’ Trump said, chuckling, ‘You men are so lucky out there. You are so lucky, men.’
On Friday, Trump announced he wanted to build up to 10 so-called ‘freedom cities,’ with flying cars and lots of babies – launching a ‘quantum leap’ agenda as part of his 2024 presidential run.
‘We will hold a competition to build new freedom cities on the frontier to give countless Americans a new shot at home ownership and the American dream,’ Trump said during Saturday’s address, which ran nearly an hour and 45 minutes.
‘We will rename our schools and boulevards not after communists but after great, American patriots,’ he continued. ‘We will get rid of bad and ugly buildings and return to the magnificent classical style of western civilization.’
Oops! President Donald Trump boarded Air Force One with toilet paper stuck onto his left foot in 2018
In a video posted to Truth Social, the ex-president explained that he’d take a tiny percentage of federally owned land and hold a contest for the best ideas, to then build as many as 10 ‘freedom cities’ from scratch.
In those cities, there would be ‘towering monuments to our true American heroes’ and ‘vertical take-off and landing vehicles.’ ‘Just as the United States led the automotive revolution in the last century, I want to ensure that America, not China, leads this revolution in air mobility,’ Trump said.
Additionally, the cities would be filled with children, with Trump suggesting the federal government during his second term would give out ‘baby bonuses’ to increase procreation.