Trump posts fake video on Truth Social of him hitting Biden in the head with a golf ball and knocking him off his bike
- Former President Donald Trump shared a fake video on his Truth Social account on Saturday night.
- The edited video shows him hitting President Joe Biden in the head with a golf ball, causing him to fall off his bike.
Former President Donald Trump posted a fake video on Saturday of him hitting President Joe Biden in the head with a golf ball and knocking him off his bike.
The doctored video merges together a clip of Trump playing golf and recent footage of Biden falling from his bike. The video is edited to include sound effects and a golf ball flying toward Biden's head.
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Biden took a tumble from his bike on Saturday morning while riding near his home in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, Insider reported.
He fell from his bike as he rode near members of the public and headed toward a turn at Cape Henlopen State Park.
His fall was within view of the press pool.
"I'm good," Biden said after the tumble. "My foot got caught," he added.
The president got up from the fall quickly. A White House spokesperson said he did not require any medical attention.
The 79-year-old president often bikes near his home when he is in Delaware, which he represented in the Senate from 1973 to 2009 before serving as vice president from 2009 to 2017, Insider's John L. Dorman wrote.
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