‘It got me’: Joe Biden swats cicada from neck while boarding Air Force One

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    Joe Biden swatted a cicada from his neck while on the tarmac as he prepared to board Air Force One on his journey to the G7 summit in Cornwall. Every 17 years, cicadas swarm several eastern and midwest US states, and ‘Brood X’, the largest and most widespread of them, began emerging last month. After giving himself a hearty swat, Biden walked over to the assembled press and joked: ‘Watch out for the cicadas. It got me. I got one’

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