Biden Claims ‘We Didn’t Have’ a COVID Vaccine When He Took Office

Ruben Hill
February 20, 2021

Since being banned from Facebook and Twitter in the wake of the attack on the US Capitol, Mr Trump had been unusually subdued as he settled into post-presidency life at his private club in Florida.

Trump said he was amazed by the easy questions that Cooper and other media outlets were asking Biden.

He also said that Moderna and Pfizer agreed to sell more doses of their coronavirus vaccine to the USA faster than planned after he invoked federal law that could force their production. "It's gotten worse. It's worse today than I've ever seen it", he said.

With his impeachment trial concluded, Mr Trump's reappearance on cable news suggests he may be preparing to resume his public profile.

According to the Politico-Morning Consult poll released on 16 February, 59 percent of GOP voters said Trump should play a "major role" in the Republican Party in the future, with 54 percent of respondents saying they would back the former president in a hypothetical 2024 Republican presidential primary.

"I won't say yet, but we have tremendous support", he told Newsmax. "And I'm looking at poll numbers are through the roof". Only I could get impeached and my numbers go up.

"He is getting lit up on that one", he said. "I mean, figure that one out", he said.

Vice President Kamala Harris said that the Biden administration was "starting from scratch" on vaccine production in an interview with Axios over the weekend, contradicting Dr. Fauci, who said in January "we certainly are not starting from scratch because there is activity going on in the distribution".

The press secretary said Biden strongly believes teachers should be "prioritized" for vaccinations, which is happening in about half of US states. "So he was either not telling the truth or he's mentally gone".

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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