Joe Biden’s surprising statement about Donald Trump

US President Joe Biden held a press conference at the White House yesterday (Tuesday) on the spread of the Omicron strain in the country, and sent a surprise statement to his predecessor in office, Donald Trump. Biden praised him for pushing for the development of the corona virus vaccine, and for So he vaccinated himself in the impulse dose.

Joe Biden said that “just a few days ago former President Trump announced that he had received the impulse. It may be one of the few things he and I agree on. The people who were vaccinated in the third dose are very protected, join them, join us,” he added: “Let me be “Thanks to the previous administration and our scientific community, America was one of the first countries to get vaccinated. Thanks to my administration and the hard work of the Americans, we have made it a world leader in getting vaccines.”

President Biden’s remarks came just two days after a video that sparked a storm on the network, in which Trump was seen receiving jarring boos, at an event he attended hosted by Bill O’Reilly, a former FOX presenter. Former President Trump was asked if he would get vaccinated, and when he answered in the affirmative that he would get vaccinated with the urge, the crowd responded with contemptuous whistles at him.

Trump did not remain obligated and replied: “This is a very small group. We have done something historic, we have saved tens of millions of lives around the world, we are together, all of us, not me.” As stated, his remarks constitute a change of position regarding the vaccines, after he had previously said that “it is unlikely that he will receive the impulse shot.”

Trump added: “The Corona virus would have killed the country fatally if the vaccines had not been developed,” while stressing that he opposes the position that the public should be forced to get vaccinated: “If you want to get vaccinated get vaccinated, no one should be forced to do so by force.”

Meanwhile, during Biden’s speech last Tuesday, the president referred to the country’s unvaccinated public and said that “unvaccinated Americans are responsible for their choice, but these choices are fueled by misguided and dangerous information on television, cable and social media. “They allow misinformation that can kill people. I call on the providers of lies and misinformation to stop this immediately.”

As mentioned, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to date, nearly 73% of the U.S. population has been vaccinated with at least one vaccine, and 30% have been vaccinated with the booster dose. , With most cases recorded in New York State. Since the onset of the plague, more than 50 million verified coronavirus cases have been recorded in the United States, and more than 800,000 people have died as a result of the virus’ complications.

By Editor

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