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Donald Trump is furious the world isn't mocking Joe Biden for taking a tumble while going up the stairs of Air Force One.
Many news organisations covered the US President's unfortunate slip up, however the 45th Commander in Chief thought it wasn't good enough.
He wanted wall-to-wall coverage that would cover every front page and home page of every news network.
Speaking to Newsmax, Trump said: "That tumble was terrible. It wasn't really one, it was three, and it wasn't mentioned for the most part in the lamestream media.
"It's terrible, the whole thing is incredible. There's no longer freedom of the press.
"There's something going on, it's crazy. What's happening is crazy and you wonder whether or not all of the things that he's signing, whether or not he understands what he's signing, because this is worse than Bernie Sanders at its worst point."
The former President was annoyed the media didn't go in on Biden in the same way they did when he was filmed walking incredibly slowly down a ramp.
He touched on that in his phone interview and defended his chilled pace.
"Actually when I went down the ramp at West Point, which was like a sheet of ice with no railing, no nothing...great planning. I wanted to go inch by inch because the last thing I wanted to do was take a tumble like Biden did," he said.
Trump was bizarrely asked about a conspiracy theory that Democrats were planning to use the 25th Amendment to get rid of Joe Biden and install Vice President Kamala Harris in the top job.
Trump was staring down the possibility of being booted from the White House in his final weeks as President due to the Capitol insurrection, with the same amendment being tossed around.
But he reckons there's a bigger chance it will be used on his successor.
"Now, well, a lot of people said when they brought it out because it takes a while to institute and when they brought it out, they said they really need it for Biden, just in case he gets in. So we'll see," Trump said.
"Look, I hope - that's a very serious thing and I hope that never happens."
The White House was forced to reassure America that Joe Biden was perfectly physically and mentally capable of continuing his job.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki was asked whether the President needed a doctor after the fall.
"I'm not aware of that being required. There's, of course, a doctor who travels with the president, any president of the United States, but I'm not aware of it needing actual, extensive medical attention,' she said.
"He's 100% fine, I don't know if you've been up those steps they're a little tricky sometimes."