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Trump says he got Covid booster shot, tells fans not to boo him


Donald Trump (with bandages on his right hand), removes his face mask before he steps out onto a balcony of the White House to address supporters who gathered at South Lawn, Washington, October 10, 2020.

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Ex-President Donald Trump says he received a booster vaccine shot for Covid-19 — but he doesn’t want to hear any criticism about it.

“Oh, don’t, don’t, don’t!” Trump waved his hand in dismissive gesture as many people around Dallas, Texas, on Sunday afternoon, seemed to be reacting negatively to Trump’s claim that he had a booster.

He made these comments as an extremely large number of Republicans refuse to receive even the initial coronavirus vaccinations and as GOP governors oppose mandates for vaccine and mask. These are his comments. Kaiser Family Foundation found in a recent poll that as of October, 60% of unvaccinated Americans are Republicans.

The results of research have been encouraging that boosters appear effectiveCovid’s surging omicron version.

Before Trump spoke Sunday, former Alaska Gov. Sarah PalinAt a conservative gathering in Arizona, he said that he was the Republican vice-presidential nominee for 2008. [Covid] shot.”

I will not. Palin stated, “I won’t do that and my children better not touch it.”

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Trump revealed his identity on the last day of a four-day tour of “The History Show” with Bill O’ReillyFormer Fox News host. O’Reilly was fired from Fox News in 2017. after allegations that he sexually harassed multiple womenWho is the recipient?d a reported $13 million in total to settle their claims.

“Both I and the President are vaxxed. And, did you get the booster?” O’Reilly asked.

Trump answered, “Yes!”

O’Reilly said then, “I got that, too.”

Trump ordered the Dallas crowd to stop hooting and hollering about it. The negative noise was “from a very small group over there,” Trump claimed, as he pointed at his left.

Trump also claimed that he said on the program, “We saved tens to millions worldwide by creating this vaccine.”

Without it, it would have been similar to the Spanish Flu. … We should take credit for it, and you play right into their hands” when you question the vaccine’s value, he added.

The video of the exchange started spreading quickly on Twitter. A spokesperson for Covid communications in the Biden administration’s U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, retweeted it along with the jokey message “Be like Trump and get your booster shots.”

Since March 2020, more than 800,000.000 Americans have been affected by Covid-19.

Vaccinated people are significantly less likely to be hospitalized or die from the coronavirus than unvaccinated people are.

Trump once listened to boos at an August rally in Cullman. He had told supporters that they should be vaccinated.

“And what do you know? You have my full support. That is what I believe. Trump stated, “You have to do what is necessary.” But, I strongly recommend you take the vaccines. It was easy. It’s good. Get the vaccines.

Trump stated previously that he was immunized before he left the White House in January.

However, he wasn’t photographed at the time he was purportedly taken, contrary to President Joe Biden. while getting both the vaccine initiallyIn December 2020 a booster in September.

U.S. President Joe Biden shows his hand to get his booster vaccine for coronavirus (COVID-19), in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building’s South Court Auditorium. This was on September 27, 2021.

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