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Trump’s view after suspending a vaccine | GP

The 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump, spoke Sunday at his campaign meeting in Coleman, Alabama.

With its population of 15,000, Coleman has seen an increase in the number of confirmed cases recently, according to The New York Times. The newspaper further wrote that it was presumably due to the contagious delta variant and that it recently touched on the most recent peak from December in terms of the number of infected people.

During his speech, Donald Trump chose to recommend the public get vaccinated, but was then met with a piper. It’s reports NBC News.

– And you know what? I fully believe in your freedom. I am doing. You do what you have to do. But I recommend you get the vaccine. I did it. it is good. Donald Trump replied Take the vaccine.

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Lowest vaccination rate in the United States

Alabama has by far the lowest vaccination rate of all states (37 percent) and despite the partial negative response, Trump has continued down the path he has taken.

– No, it’s okay. decent. He told you freedom, and he continued:

– But I took the vaccine myself. If it doesn’t work out, you’ll be the first to know. OK? I’ll call Alabama and say, “Hey, you know what?” But it works. But you have your freedom to keep. You must preserve it.

Alabama was once one of the states where Donald Trump had the strongest foothold. In the 2016 election and last year’s election, he received 62 percent of the vote.

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