Hard blow for Joe Biden. On November 28, the 46th President-elect of the United States was having a good weekend until he injured himself while playing with his dog Major, adopted in 2018. In the care of an orthopedic doctor, the husband of Jill Biden then believed to have simply sprained her right foot and without fracture until the verdict fell and a scan revealed “cracks in the middle of the foot”. An injury that is worth Joe Biden to go out now with an orthopedic boot, as he showed on Tuesday, December 1 during a public outing at the Queen theater in Wilmington.
Responding to a reporter on the spot, Donald Trump’s successor in the White House assured him that he was fine, before speaking on the stage of the event organized that day. After 15 minutes of standing, it was with a limp that Joe Biden went to sit down, reports the Daily Mail, a small injury that could heal quickly for the 46th President of the United States, who a few hours after his meeting at the doctor received an astonishing message of support: that of Donald Trump, who failed to acknowledge his defeat, wished his Democratic competitor a good recovery.
Joe Biden shows off surgical boot and says he’s feeling ‘good’ after fracturing his foot https://t.co/8VbIPIRMct pic.twitter.com/RefMpYW7HP
– Daily Mail US (@DailyMail) December 1, 2020
Get well soon! https://t.co/B0seiO84ld
– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 30, 2020
Joe Biden’s not insignificant gesture for his coming to the White House
Joe Biden now has only a few weeks left before moving to the White House, which is counting on his installation to carry on a tradition well known to American presidents: to install his pets in the presidential residence. If Donald Trump had not adopted any canine on the pretext of not having time to take care of it, Joe and Jill Biden are planning to install their two German shepherds, Champ, 12 years old, and Major, two years old. And the presidential couple also plans to adopt a cat soon, which they will also install at the White House with them. A great first, since until then the Presidents of the United States favored dogs.
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