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Trump Vows to ‘Never, Ever’ Ride a Bike as Theory Emerges on Biden’s Fall

'And if you guess that the reason was because a small child was in the crowd, you’d be right... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) During a rally in Tennessee, former President Donald Trump trolled his successor, Joe Biden, about an embarrassing spill from his bicycle while vacationing in Delaware over the weekend.

“I hope [Biden] has recovered, because as you know, he fell off his bicycle,” Trump said, according to the Gateway Pundit.

“No, I’m serious. I hope he’s OK. Fell off a bicycle. I make this pledge to you today – I will never, ever ride a bicycle,” Trump added.

Conservative pundit Jordan Schachtel floated an alarming theory as to what could have caused the spill, Becker News reported.

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Schachtel speculated that the president with a penchant for seeking out the presence of children was excited to speak to a young girl in the crowd.

“By now you may have seen this clip of Joe Biden falling off of his bicycle, rather unceremoniously,” the narrator said in the video. “And if you guess that the reason was because a small child was in the crowd, you’d be right.”

“Now, yesterday, I actually put out a tweet about that before any of this other footage came out wondering why exactly was Joe stopping,” he added. “And it turns out that I was correct. There was a kid in the crowd.”

In order to head off such thoughts, the 79-year-old and his administration attempted to blame his shoes for the fall, claiming that they got stuck to the pedals of his bike.

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“As the President said, his foot got caught on the pedal while dismounting and he is fine,” an administration official said. “No medical attention is needed. The President looks forward to spending the rest of the day with his family.”

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