President Joe Biden stumbled once again on Sunday while climbing the stairs of Air Force One at Maxwell Air Force Base in Montgomery, Alabama.
Despite the potentially dangerous situation for the 80-year-old President, neither the Secret Service nor First Lady Jill Biden was with him at the time of the incident.
This is not the first time that President Biden has had trouble with the stairs leading up to Air Force One.
In March 2021, he fell three times while boarding the plane, with some attributing the falls to windy conditions.
Critics have raised concerns about the President’s physical and mental state, with some linking his physical struggles to potential cognitive decline.
In 2022, 38 Republican lawmakers, including former White House physician and current Representative Ronny Jackson (R-TX), sent a letter to President Biden urging him to take a cognitive test for fear that he may be suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.
Despite these concerns, the White House has repeatedly stated that President Biden is in good health and has not exhibited any signs of cognitive decline.
However, the repeated stumbles have fueled speculation and criticism from his political opponents.
The President’s physical health and ability to perform his duties are of utmost importance, and any signs of decline or instability are cause for concern.