The Truth About Donald And Melania Trump Getting The COVID-19 Vaccine
1st March 2021

Circle, circle, dot, dot. Now the Trumps have their cootie COVID shot!

On March 1, 2021, New York Times journalist Maggie Haberman tweeted that a former President Donald Trump adviser told her that the ex-president and former first lady Melania Trump actually received their COVID-19 vaccine prior to leaving the White House in January 2021.

The former president recently made headlines while speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference, better known as CPAC, in sunny Orlando, Florida. In true Trump fashion, he riled up the crowds while doling out many controversial statements during his speech, but he also shocked some of his own supporters when he seemed to be in support of the vaccine. “We took care of a lot of people — including, I guess, on Dec. 21, we took care of Joe Biden, because he got his shot, he got his vaccine,” Trump said. 

But what else did Trump say at the convention that surprised the crowds in attendance? Keep reading after the jump to find out!

Donald Trump encouraged the audience at the CPAC to get the COVID-19 vaccine

During the CPAC, Donald Trump took his comments on the vaccine one step further when he encouraged the audience to get their shots — a move that some might consider dicey while in the midst of a crowd overwhelmingly full of conservatives. (As per Axios, “Republicans are least likely to want the vaccine.”) In his speech, however, Trump told the crowd: “Everybody go get your shot,” per Yahoo! News. This was definitely an interesting call-to-action by Trump, considering his audience. 

It should be noted, however, that in December 2020, Trump faced scrutiny after some accused him of waiting to get the shot until the Pfizer vaccine was released. Former Surgeon General Jerome Adams defended Trump, publicly citing a “medical reason” for the delay, according to CBS News. According to Adams, Trump opted to hold off on the vaccine due to undergoing an antibody treatment after testing positive for the virus in the fall.

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