Donald Trump talks science with me
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Another triple day. Three articles.
ARTICLE ONE: Donald Trump talks science with me
I caught up with Trump as he was leaving the 18th hole at Doral, after six-putting the green. We sat down in the shade of an apple tree and spoke about Warp Speed and the COVID vaccine…
Donald, you’re aware the federal database lists 1.3 million vaccine injuries?
The federal what?
Who runs that? CNN?
So you think the vaccine is safe?
Because I created the Warp Speed program.
If you did it, it has to be good.
Isn’t that what I just said?
The business of America is business.
I’m the economy President, yes.
What about all the reports of miscarriages and now the study documenting declining sperm counts---in vaccinated persons?
I haven’t heard anything about that. Look, these people at Pfizer and Moderna are great. Great people produce great products.
So it’s a great situation.
You have nothing to apologize for.
I saved the country with Warp Speed. No one gives me credit for that.
In early 2020, you stepped aside and let Fauci take over.
I didn’t do anything of the kind. We had alarming predictions of COVID deaths from that guy in England, so we needed the lockdowns.
That guy, Neil Ferguson, has a horrendous track record of failed predictions.
Because I relied on him. If I rely on somebody, he’s great.
It’s a fact. You can check it out.
You relied on Fauci.