President Joe Biden landed in the middle of another media storm after he lashed out at a reporter who asked if he would serve a full second term if re-elected.

The incident occurred when Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris were traveling to Philadelphia to launch their campaign tagged “Black Voters for Biden-Harris”.

The reporter asked Biden if he plans to complete the four-year presidential term or if he would hand over to Harris.

Biden, however, responded with fury, leaving many shocked by the president’s reaction to the question.

“Are you OK? Are you alright?” Biden asked the reporter. “I said, are you OK? Did you fall on your head or something?”

Biden, 81, who is listed as one of the world’s oldest presidents, will be 86 if he is re-elected, which has concerned voters. Over time, many voters have expressed displeasure over Biden’s age, with many claiming the president is too old to be effective.

The campaign rally “Black for Biden-Harris” was held at Girard College, which targets black voters ahead of the presidential election. While giving his address, Biden slammed former president Donald Trump, asking what the former president would do if the January 6 protesters weren’t mostly a crowd of white men.

“He’s the same guy who wanted to teargas you as you peacefully protested for Trump,” Biden falsely claimed about the former president.

Before his Philadelphia trip, Biden carried out a similar rally in the battleground states of Georgia and Michigan earlier this month.

Biden’s clash with the reporter is not the first time the president has engaged in an altercation with a journalist. In 2021, Biden insulted a Fox News reporter at a White House event when asked about the impact of rising inflation on this year’s congressional elections.

“That’s a great asset, more inflation. What a stupid son of a bitch,” Biden said.

Biden has also clashed with a CNN correspondent who pressed him on comments about his age.

“That is your judgment,” Biden shouted at her. “That is your judgment. That is not the judgment of the press.”

However, the White House never commented on any of this or even tried to take the president’s words back.