“Yes but” Trump: I’m in favor of vaccines, against compulsory

“Yes but” Trump: I’m in favor of vaccines, against compulsory

Donald Trump today said he was opposed to any vaccination against Covid-19, but urged Americans to get vaccinated during a rare interview on US state radio, which he abruptly cut short, reiterating his baseless allegations about ” fraud ”in the 2020 presidential elections.

“Vaccines, I recommend you do them, but I think this should be an individual choice,” the former US president told NPR, a not-so-common medium given that Trump gives interviews mainly to very conservative media. .

The Republican, who remains central to the American right, has criticized the idea of ​​vaccination, a choice defended by the government of Joe Biden’s Democratic successor.

“(Vaccination) obligations are really doing harm to our country,” he said by telephone. “This is severely affecting our economy.”

Asked about the 2020 presidential election, in which he and his party lost, Donald Trump reiterated, without proof, that it was a “falsified electoral contest”.

In the face of NPR reporter Steve Inskip, who presented him with evidence of a massive fraudulent election, citing results certified by his own Republican allies, such as in the state of Arizona, the former president did not: says nothing! “(The issue) is, the one who signed the ballots, where did the ballots come from”.

The billionaire continued to talk about the 2020 elections, so that voters could worry about possible fraud in the by-elections, next fall and 2024. “The only way not to repeat this is to solve the problem of the rigged 2020 presidential elections. ».

With the journalist pressuring him, Trump continued his criticism, but abruptly interrupted the interview, saying “Thank you very much, Steve, thank you.”

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