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Trump urges Biden to "get well soon" after breaking his foot while playing with his dog Major


Trump tells Biden he should "get well soon" after breaking his foot in the "tug of war" with the German Shepherd Major, and his doctor announced he will need hiking boots for a few weeks

  • President-elect Joe Biden visited an orthopedic surgeon at Delaware Orthopedic Specialists in Newark, Delaware for an examination Sunday afternoon
  • Biden was injured on Saturday after slipping while playing with Dog Major
  • Dr. Kevin O & # 39; Connor said in a statement that Biden suffered a hair break on his foot
  • "It is expected that he will likely need hiking boots for several weeks," O & # 39; Conner said in the statement
  • In a tweet on Sunday night, President Trump later told Biden that he should get well soon.
  • Major is one of two dogs that share the Bidens, and the pooch was adopted in 2018

President Donald Trump told Joe Biden on Sunday evening that he should "get well soon" after the president-elect broke his ankle while playing with his German Shepherd Major.

Suffering the injury Saturday, Biden visited an orthopedic surgeon at Delaware Orthopedic Specialists in Newark, Delaware for an examination Sunday afternoon, his office said.

As Biden, who will likely be wearing hiking boots for several weeks, was preparing to leave the doctor's office, he was photographed by NBC News getting into a vehicle.

Trump later retweeted the NBC video and surprisingly wrote to Biden: "Get well soon!"

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Biden leaves the humane association with Major in 2018

President-elect Joe Biden (left and right with Major in 2018) broke his foot while playing with his dog Major and, according to his doctor, will need hiking boots for several weeks

As Biden, who will likely be wearing hiking boots for several weeks, was preparing to leave the doctor's office, he was photographed by NBC News getting into a vehicle. President Donald Trump later retweeted the NBC video and surprisingly wrote to Biden: "Get well soon!"

As Biden, who will likely be wearing hiking boots for several weeks, was preparing to leave the doctor's office, he was photographed by NBC News getting into a vehicle. President Donald Trump later retweeted the NBC video and surprisingly wrote to Biden: "Get well soon!"

First of all, Dr. Kevin O & # 39; Connor, Biden has sprained his right foot and there is no obvious break.

A subsequent CT scan "confirmed (small) hair fractures of the lateral and intermediate sphenoid bones of President-elect Biden, which are located in the middle of the foot," according to a statement by O'Connor.

"It is expected that he will likely need hiking boots for several weeks," added O & # 39; Conner.

Suffering the injury Saturday, Biden visited an orthopedic surgeon at Delaware Orthopedic Specialists in Newark, Delaware for an examination Sunday afternoon. His motorcade turned into the parking lot of the orthopedic office on Sunday

Suffering the injury Saturday, Biden visited an orthopedic surgeon at Delaware Orthopedic Specialists in Newark, Delaware for an examination Sunday afternoon. His motorcade turned into the parking lot of the orthopedic office on Sunday

Reporters covering the elected president were not given the opportunity to see Biden enter the doctor's office despite multiple requests

Reporters covering the elected president were not given the opportunity to see Biden enter the doctor's office despite multiple requests

Biden's office said he was taken to the doctor "out of caution".

Reporters covering the elected president were not given the opportunity to see Biden enter the doctor's office despite multiple requests.

The pictures showed Biden's motorcade arriving at the orthopedic surgeon's office in Delaware on Sunday afternoon and departing on Sunday evening.

First of all, Dr. Kevin O & # 39; Connor, Biden has sprained his right foot and there is no obvious break. However, a subsequent CT scan confirmed (small) hair fractures of Biden's lateral and intermediate wedge bones, which are located in the metatarsus

First of all, Dr. Kevin O & # 39; Connor, Biden has sprained his right foot and there is no obvious break. However, a subsequent CT scan confirmed (small) hair fractures of Biden's lateral and intermediate wedge bones, which are located in the metatarsus

Intelligence agents stood outside the office as a doctor examined Biden's injury

Intelligence agents stood outside the office as a doctor examined Biden's injury

A vehicle carrying Biden arrives at the Delaware Orthopedic Specialists Clinic in Newark, Delaware on Sunday

A vehicle carrying Biden arrives at the Delaware Orthopedic Specialists Clinic in Newark, Delaware on Sunday

Intelligence agents guard the outside of the building when Biden underwent additional scans

Intelligence agents stand at the door of the Delaware Imaging Network on Sunday

Intelligence agents guard the outside of the building when Biden underwent additional scans

The motorcade with Biden leaves the Delaware Orthopedic Specialists on Sunday

The motorcade with Biden leaves the Delaware Orthopedic Specialists on Sunday

Intelligence agents stood outside the office as a doctor examined Biden's injury.

Biden was playing with Major, one of the Bidens' two dogs, when he sprained his ankle.

The Bidens adopted Major in 2018 and acquired their first dog, Champ, after the 2008 election.

Biden officials said Major will be the first rescue dog to live in the White House.

The Bidens have said they are bringing their dogs to the White House and they also plan to have a cat.

At 78, Biden will be the oldest president when he is inaugurated in January, but he has often turned down questions about his age in the campaign.

In December, he published a medical report that revealed he was taking a statin to keep his cholesterol at healthy levels. However, his doctor described him as "healthy, strong" and "capable of successfully performing the duties of the presidency".

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