President-elect Joseph R Biden Jr. sprained his ankle while playing with one of his dogs over the weekend, an injury his doctor said Sunday resulted in hairline fractures in his foot that likely required him to wear walking shoes. For several weeks.
Although the initial X-ray did not show a visible fracture, Dr. Kevin O’Connor, Director, confirmed the presence of (small) hairline fractures of President-elect Biden’s lateral and medial cuneiform bones, located in the midfoot. Executive Medicine at GW Medical Faculty Associates, in a statement distributed by Mr. Biden’s office.
Mr. Biden visited an orthopedic specialist in Newark, Dell, on a Sunday afternoon for just over two hours, departed just before 6:30 pm and headed to the imaging center for a short time for an additional CT scan. A Biden spokesman said the president-elect had set a follow-up date on Sunday to avoid disrupting his schedule on Monday. A minivan was maneuvered to prevent reporters and photographers from seeing Mr. Biden as he entered the doctor’s office.
Mr. Biden, 78, is already working on a battered transition timeframe, after the head of the General Services Administration It did not officially acknowledge the results of the presidential election For weeks after Election Day, Mr. Biden was temporarily denied access to federal resources and barred his advisers from beginning to coordinate with Trump administration officials.
President Trump who refused to concede to Biden, Republished on Twitter NBC News video of Mr. Biden leaving the doctor’s office on Sunday, and adding, “Get back soon!”
Biden slipped and injured himself on Saturday while he was playing for Major, a German shepherd who Biden sponsored and then adopted in 2018. They have another German Shepherd, Champion, and they’ve announced Planning to have a cat When they move to the White House next year, too.
Mr. Trump did not have a pet during his four years in the White House.