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.
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki defended a dubious blatant lie Vice President Kamala Harris said in an interview by claiming that the Trump administration failed to craft a national vaccine plan, insisting that the Biden administration was “starting from scratch” and was left with “no stockpile” of vaccines.
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.
Possible President-Elect Joe Biden in his first economic remarks warned Monday if President Trump continues to block a coordination of an orderly transition, including hampering access to Operation Warp Speed vaccine distribution plan would lead to more Americans who “may die” from the coronavirus.
President Trump on Friday gave an update on the progress of Operation Warp Speed, stating that the COVID-19 vaccine would be widely available as soon as April 2021, but singled out New York due to Governor. Andrew Cuomo restrictions.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo (D) told Good Morning America Monday morning after news broke that Pfizer says its COVID-19 vaccine is 90% effective in clinical trials, politicizing the development by saying it is “bad news” because it will happen “two months before Joe Biden takes over” the White House, therefore the Trump Administration will be the ones who will implement the vaccine plan.