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    Dr Anthony Fauci smirked, laughed and pleaded ignorance when asked on CNN about why the Biden administration had tweeted a claim that it had rolled-out COVID vaccines across the US.  He said 'I just can't explain it,' when asked by CNN host Jake Tapper about the incorrect tweet Friday.  Fauci added that he'd had nothing to do with the tweet being sent, and couldn't be held responsible for every social media post sent by the White House, for whom he serves as COVID tsar.  'When President Biden took office, millions were unemployed and there was no vaccine available,' the offending missive read.  'In the last 15 months, the economy has created 8.3M jobs and the unemployment rate stands at 3.6% - the fastest decline in unemployment to start a President's new term ever recorded,' a Thursday afternoon tweet read.  The claim is incorrect. The first Covid-19 vaccination in the United States took place in December 2020 when former President Donald Trump was still resident in at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Dr. Anthony Fauci laughed off a mistake tweet by the The...
    Washington (CNN)The official White House Twitter account tweeted Thursday about the sharp decline in the unemployment rate during President Joe Biden's tenure -- but the tweet began with a false claim about Covid-19 vaccinations. "When President Biden took office, millions were unemployed and there was no vaccine available," the tweet said.Facts First: It's just not true that "there was no vaccine available" at the time Biden took office. About 3.5 million people were fully vaccinated against Covid-19 and about 19 million people had received at least one vaccine dose as of Biden's inauguration day on January 20, 2021, according to statistics published by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The US was already administering an average of more than 1 million doses a day at the time. The first doses administered outside trials were given on December 14, 2020, while President Donald Trump was still in office. And Biden himself received his second dose nine days before he was sworn in. Biden got the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine, which obtained emergency use authorization from the US Food and Drug Administration...
    Miguel Medina/Getty Images The White House has come under fire for tweeting that “there was no vaccine available” against Covid-19 when President Joe Biden took office. “When President Biden took office, millions were unemployed and there was no vaccine available. In the last 15 months, the economy has created 8.3M jobs and the unemployment rate stands at 3.6% — the fastest decline in unemployment to start a President’s term ever recorded,” tweeted The White House. When President Biden took office, millions were unemployed and there was no vaccine available. In the last 15 months, the economy has created 8.3M jobs and the unemployment rate stands at 3.6% — the fastest decline in unemployment to start a President’s term ever recorded. — The White House (@WhiteHouse) May 12, 2022 The first Covid-19 vaccine in the United States began being administered in December 2020, when Donald Trump was in office. Twitter users, including Fox News anchor John Roberts, fact-checked and/or ridiculed the White House. Who’s manning the @WhiteHouse Twitter account? Delete this false tweet. Biden himself has said 8% of...
    Joe Biden was so sick after suffering an aneurysm three decades ago that a priest read him his last rites, a new biography about the First Lady reveals. The President was rushed to the hospital in 1988 for a bulging artery that supplied blood to the right side of the brain - and could have caused a stroke. Biden, who was 45 at the time, had ignored warning signs for weeks and was popping 10 Tylenol a day to cope with the headaches. His doctors thought his condition was so bad they asked for the priest to give sacrament to Biden, a devout Catholic, and a nurse told his wife Jill not to go into the room while it was administered. A furious Jill ignored the advice and burst in, screaming at the medics: 'Get out! Get out! My husband is not going to die!' The anecdote sheds new light on the episode which nearly claimed the life of Biden who at 79 is the oldest President in history. Joe Biden was rushed to the hospital in 1988 after suffering...
    President Joe Biden cracked a joke in response to a question about his plan to get Americans out of Afghanistan by the Aug. 31 deadline. As Biden closed out a briefing on cybersecurity, New York Times reporter Peter Alexander asked what the administration planned to do if Americans remained in Afghanistan past that deadline. (RELATED: ‘Reprehensible’: CNN Analyst Slams Democratic And Republican Congressmen For Unauthorized ‘Instagram Trip’ To Kabul) WATCH: As Biden concluded his remarks, Alexander shouted his question once — and then repeated it — before the president gave a half smile and replied, “You’ll be the first person I call.” I asked President Biden what he will do if Americans are still in Afghanistan after the 8/31 deadline. His response: “You’ll be the first person I call.” Took no questions. pic.twitter.com/MlyFIayrMZ — Peter Alexander (@PeterAlexander) August 25, 2021 Alexander noted that, aside from his joking response, the president took no questions. “I asked President Biden what he will do if Americans are still in Afghanistan after the 8/31 deadline,” Alexander tweeted. “His response: ‘You’ll be the...
    President Joe Biden is winning praise from the left for supposedly taking responsibility for the disastrous way the U.S. left Afghanistan. [email protected] was forthright today… and unlike his predecessor he took responsibility.. for his actions. We have a terrible human rights tragedy no doubt but the decision to leave was one of the few things Americans of both parties wanted & that Biden and Trump agreed on. https://t.co/gat6U77Rv0 — Randi Weingarten (@rweingarten) August 17, 2021 Biden did say: “I am President of the United States of America, and the buck stops with me.” But he went on to blame the deal he “inherited” from President Donald Trump; the Afghan leaders who, he said, “gave up and fled the country”; and the Afghan military, which he said had “collapsed, sometimes without trying to fight.” So he passed the buck. Then he turned around and went back to Camp David, where he was scheduled to be on vacation until Wednesday. That’s how President Joe Biden “took responsibility” for Afghanistan. Biden’s empty words are a familiar tactic used by other Democrats to deflect criticism...
    The president of the United States, Joe Biden, suffered a small accident while he was getting ready to climb the stairs to board the presidential plane, the famous Air Force One. The incident did not happen to adults and the president did not present major problems and according to reports, is in perfect health. In a video circulating on the networks, you can see the precise moment in which Biden tripped repeatedly and even fell to his knees when trying to get on the aircraft. © GettyImages The 78-year-old head of state was able to reinstate himself on his own and proceeded very naturally with his ascent to his goal. Joe Biden was on his way to meet Vice President Kamala Harris, who is in Atlanta on a tour focused on the pandemic that has hit the world for a year with the coronavirus. Also, the purpose of his trip is to publicize the benefits of the massive third stimulus plan recently approved by Congress. All this also happens within the framework of complaints regarding...
    FORMER President Donald Trump on Wednesday said his successor Joe Biden was lying or “mentally gone” for claiming there were no coronavirus vaccines when he entered the White House. Trump broke his silence in an interview with Newsmax, bashing President Biden’s remarks in a CNN town hall the night before. 5Ex-President Donald Trump said President Joe Biden was lying or 'mentally gone' for saying there were not coronavirus vaccines when he entered the White HouseCredit: AFP or licensors During the town hall in Milwaukee, Biden said: “It's one thing to have the vaccine - which we didn't have when we came into office - but a vaccinator: How do you get the vaccine into someone's arm?” Trump, among other critics, slammed Biden and noted that coronavirus vaccines were available since mid-December.  “We were giving millions of shots, millions of doses,” Trump told Newsmax host Greg Kelly over the phone. “So he was either not telling the truth or he's mentally gone. One or the other.” 5President Joe Biden in a CNN town hall said 'we didn't have [vaccines] when we...
    Politicians and political commentators mocked President Biden for a gaffe Tuesday when he said "we didn't have" the COVID-19 vaccine when he came into office. Biden made the slip-up during a CNN town hall with host Anderson Cooper. He had said earlier in the town hall that there were "50 million doses that were available" when he took office, in response to a question about his administration's vaccine rollout. US ADMINISTERING 1.7M COVID-19 VACCINE DOSES DAILY, WHITE HOUSE SAYS "It's one thing about the vaccine – which we didn't have when we came into office – but a vaccinator, you need the needle, you need the mechanisms to be able to get it in," the president said. "Now, we have made significant strides increasing the number of vaccinators." Biden received his second dose on Jan. 11 as president-elect, three weeks after getting his first one with television cameras rolling in an attempt to reassure the American public that the inoculations are safe. FILE - President-elect Joe Biden receives the second dose of a COVID-19 Vaccination from Chief Nurse Executive Ric Cuming at ChristianaCare Christiana Hospital on Jan. 11, 2021. (Photo by...
    CNN has been slammed over its 'softball' town hall with Joe Biden after Anderson Cooper asked what it was like to live in the White House but failed to hold the president accountable when he falsely said there was no vaccine when he came into office.  The 75-minute town hall hosted by CNN and Cooper in Milwaukee on Tuesday night was Biden's first since becoming president.   Furious social media users have accused Cooper of only asking Biden softball questions about his COVID-19 response and a few other policies, including minimum wage, student loan debt, immigration and reopening schools.  One social media user called the town hall a 'total dumpster fire with Biden gaffes, lies, racism and overall awkwardness'.  They pointed out that Biden faced almost no interruption from Cooper while answering the questions put to him. There was also minimal follow-up on his responses.    The 75-minute town hall hosted by CNN's Anderson Cooper in Milwaukee on Tuesday night was Joe Biden's first since becoming president None of the audience members who were called on to ask Biden questions were...
    Jill Biden kept her mask on even when she went to kiss her husband after the presidential debate last night - while Melania Trump was bare-faced for her end-of-the-night appearance.    The Democratic nominee's wife wore her dark green face covering when she took the stage at the end of the evening, complying with the coronavirus rules for the few dozen audience members allowed to attend in person.  First lady Melania Trump and the president's children Eric, Donald Jr, Tiffany and Ivanka were wearing masks when they arrived at the Cleveland debate venue, but were later pictured watching the contest with their faces bare. Melania kept her mask off at the end despite being a more consistent advocate of mask-wearing than the president - who last night mocked Joe Biden for wearing 'the biggest mask I've ever seen'.   Mask and no mask: Jill Biden kept her face covering on when she embraced her husband - while Melania was bare-faced when she took the stage  Jill Biden kept her mask on when she took the stage to kiss her...
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