President Joe Biden fell while climbing the steps of Air Force One during his departure from Poland, falling about halfway up the stairs.
He wasn’t the only one to have a bad spill on the tarmac, either. Another viral video shows a staffer plunge down half the stairs getting off the plane that same day.
The video of Biden’s fall is very similar to the viral footage from the president’s 2021 trip to India, when the 80-year-old commander-in-chief fell multiple times trying to board Air Force One.
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On Wednesday, Biden was able to recover after just one fall. He was apparently unhurt and turned to wave to the Polish crowd before departing.
Take a look —
Biden falls while walking up the stairs to Air Force One once again.
This comes just hours after Twitter users noticed he was walking strange during Poland visit.pic.twitter.com/S4a85rB89x
— Collin Rugg (@CollinRugg) February 22, 2023
A much more serious video shows an unnamed staffer plunge into a group while walking down the stairs of Air Force One earlier Wednesday.
“Who just fell out of Air Force One in Poland?” social media user @amuse asked.
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Take a look —
Who fell out of Air Force One in Poland? pic.twitter.com/hg9EdAY9R3
— @amuse (@amuse) February 21, 2023
Biden was in Eastern Europe — first in war-torn Kyiv and then Warsaw, Poland — to promote the United States’ commitment to the Ukrainian cause of freedom. He vowed that the United States and allies “will not waver” in supporting the Ukrainians so long as Russian troops continued their bloody invasion.
Biden used a strongly worded address to praise allies in Europe for stepping up over the past year and to send a clear message to Russian President Vladimir Putin that “NATO will not be divided, and we will not tire.”
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“One year ago, the world was bracing for the fall of Kyiv,” Biden said before a crowd of thousands outside Warsaw’s Royal Castle. “I can report: Kyiv stands strong. Kyiv stands proud. It stands tall and, most important, it stands free.”
With Russia and Ukraine each preparing spring offensives, Biden insisted there will be no backing down from what he’s portrayed as a global struggle between democracy and autocracy. Though polling suggests Biden remains unpopular and American support for ongoing military assistance appears to be softening, the Ukrainian cause still maintains broad bipartisan support outside the fringe.
A small amount of far-Left groups were joined by far-Right demonstrators over the weekend in Washington, D.C. demanding an end to U.S. support. Some waved USSR and Russian Federation flags.
This group (CPI) is a main sponsor of the “anti-war” rally taking place in Washington today which will host @TulsiGabbard, Cynthia McKinney, @JimmyDoreShow and more.
How can you possibly call this an anti-war rally when sponsors and speakers openly support the Russian invasion? pic.twitter.com/qhI0zR2Zyt
— Alex Goldenberg (@AlexWGoldenberg) February 19, 2023
Underscoring the remaining bipartisan support, a handful of congressional Republicans also met Tuesday with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy in Ukraine’s capital of Kyiv.
The newly appointed chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee led a small delegation to Kyiv to meet with Zelenskyy for the first time since the start of the war a year ago and since Republicans won the majority in the House of Representatives in November.
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Chairman Mike McCaul and four other Republican lawmakers visit Tuesday is the latest in a series of efforts by the Texas Republican to make the case to his party for why the U.S. should continue supporting the war effort.
“We have seen time and again the majority of Republicans and Democrats support our assistance to Ukraine. But the Biden administration needs to layout their long-term strategy,” McCaul said in a statement.
“There are some Members who would be more supportive if they saw a long-term strategy that was based on a Ukrainian victory rather than sending just enough support to prolong the war but not win it.”
A spokesperson for McCaul noted the delegation has been focused on oversight and ensuring there are guardrails in place for any future aid to Ukraine.
The far-left faction of the Democratic Party and far-right faction of the Republican Party have been expressing its opposition to continued U.S. support to Ukraine.
That campaign intensified this month when a group of 11 House Republicans led by Rep. Matt Gaetz of Florida put forward a “Ukraine Fatigue” resolution. It stated that the U.S. “must end its military and financial aid to Ukraine” and urged the combatants to “reach a peace agreement.”
For his part, Zelenskyy has been working with both Democrats and Republicans to ensure their support once the country runs out of aid, likely to happen in late summer.
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“It’s really very important. We’re thankful for the U.S., for its people,” Zelenskyy said in an video posted by his office after the meeting.
In comments later on social media, Zelenskyy added, “Thank you, American congressmen, for supporting Ukraine and understanding the importance of stepping up aid to help us achieve victory over the aggressor.”
FLASHBACK 2021: Biden falls down on Air Force One stairs
The Horn editorial team and the Associated Press contributed to this article