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Politics Biden re-boots after ankle injury

20:40  01 december  2020
20:40  01 december  2020 Source:   washingtonexaminer.com

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Biden suffered the injury on Saturday and visited an orthopedist in Newark, Delaware, on Sunday afternoon, his office said. “Initial x-rays did not show any obvious fracture,” but medical staff Biden and his wife, Jill, adopted Major in 2018, having acquired their first dog, Champ, after the 2008 election.

Former Vice President Joe Biden reportedly suffered an injury Sunday and will be seeing an orthopedist soon. According to a pool report, he twisted his After the election, the media provided glowing coverage of Biden ’s dog, which would reportedly be the first “rescue” dog in the White House.

President-elect Joe Biden has debuted his walking boot after spraining his ankle playing with his dog.

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Biden, 78, showed the walking aid to reporters on Tuesday ahead of a transition event unveiling his picks for top economic administration posts in Wilmington, Delaware.

"It's good," Biden said in response to a question about his injury.

The former two-term vice president and 36-year Delaware senator hurt his foot on Sunday after slipping while with one of his German shepherds, Major. His doctor, Kevin O’Connor, released a statement saying he expected the incoming commander in chief will use a walking boot for "several weeks" while hairline fractures heal.

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© Video - Newshub; Images - Facebook Watch: An angry Donald Trump's taken it out on his Secretary of Defence - and fired him, as the fall-out from the election continues. US President-elect Joe Biden has suffered a nasty ankle injury after slipping while playing with his dog Major, his office has revealed.

After Joe Biden slipped and twisted his ankle while playing with his dog Major, CT scans showed several small fractures in his mid-foot area, with his physician saying he will likely have to wear a walking boot for several weeks. While the initial X-ray was “reassuring” and showed “no obvious

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