White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki flatly refused to give credit to the Trump administration for developing the Coronavirus vaccine at record time and getting the ball rolling with implementing the playbook on vaccine distribution that occurred before President Biden took office.
Former President Donald Trump slammed President Joe Biden for claiming that he left the White House with no vaccine,” saying his successor is either “mentally gone” or “not telling the truth” when he said those remarks.
President Biden said Tuesday he’s pushing for K-8 schools to reopen full-time by the end of his first 100 days in office, contradicting his confusing White House less ambitious benchmark in having only one day a week of in-person learning by saying they were inaccurate and stemmed from “a mistake in the communication.”
President Biden in his first softball townhall of his presidency falsely claimed that when he entered office last month, there no coronavirus vaccines available, despite the fact he was fully vaccinated before being sworn-in as Commander-in-Chief.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden tried to cast the election between him and President Trump as a difference of blue-collar Americans and the wealthy, saying this campaign is “Scranton and Park Avenue.”
First lady Melania Trump thanked American students for adapting to the new normal of life in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak and is “proud” of their “determination” in helping to keep the country safe.”