Former US President Donald Trump was booed from an audience in Dallas, Texas, on Sunday (19) when he said he had received a booster dose of a Covid-19 vaccine, according to the video. Social media.
Comments by Trump – who, while defending his government’s efforts to develop Covid-19 vaccines, rarely talks about his own vaccination and has largely refused to encourage others to take it – were made during a vacation. Riley.
According to O’Reilly’s video, the former Fox News host said, “Both the president and I have been vaccinated” and then asked Trump, “Did you get the booster?”
“Yes,” Trump said to a handful of boos in the audience. “No, no, no, no, no,” Trump said in the video, apparently trying to calm the boos. “Well, it’s a very small group there.”
a CNN I called a Trump spokesperson to get more details about the former president’s decision to get a booster dose.
In a longer video later posted by O’Reilly’s website, Trump warned supporters that they were “playing the right game” when they hand out vaccines and not taking credit for them.
“Look, we did something historic, we saved tens of millions of lives around the world. We’re together, all of us, not me,” Trump says in the video, which comes before Trump gets booed.
He went on to say that Covid-19 “will haunt the country far beyond what it is doing now” if vaccines were not developed. “Take credit for this. It’s great. What we did is historic. Don’t let them take it away. Don’t take it from ourselves,” Trump says.
“You do what they want when you want to, ‘Oh, the vaccine.'” “If you don’t want to accept it, you shouldn’t be forced to accept it. There are no obligations. But take the credit, because we have saved tens of millions of lives. Don’t let them take it from you.”
Unvaccinated people face a 10 times greater risk of testing for Covid-19 and a 20 times greater risk of dying from Covid-19 than fully vaccinated people who also received a booster dose, according to data recently published by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. United State .
According to CDC data, unvaccinated people face a five times greater risk of testing for Covid-19 and a 14 times greater risk of dying from Covid-19 than fully vaccinated people.
Trump, who has contracted Covid-19 as president, received his first shot out of the press before leaving office. the CNN Months later, she stated that her vaccination was not recorded by official paparazzi, according to a source.
Trump said in an interview with the Wall Street Journal, published in September, that he was unlikely to get a booster, saying he was “good with that view” and “probably not” going to get the boost.
“I will do that later,” he added. “I’m not against it, but maybe it’s not for me.”
This isn’t the first time Trump has been booed when talking about vaccines. “I totally believe in your freedom. I think. You should do what you have to do. But I recommend the vaccinations. I did it. It’s good,” Trump said at a party in Alabama in August.
Some of the audience responded to the statement with disapproval. “Not okay. You’re free, but by chance you got vaccinated,” Trump said, apparently acknowledging the shouts. If it doesn’t work out, you’ll be the first to know, okay? “
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