President Joe Biden is still hot on the idea that his administration didn’t inherit any COVID vaccination strategy from the Trump administration — so much so that he actually said during a town hall meeting Tuesday night that “we didn’t have” the vaccine when he came into the Oval Office.
There are plenty of problems with that, as you’re probably aware of. For starters, Biden himself received the second shot of the coronavirus vaccine on camera nine days before he took office.
Yet, when talking with Anderson Cooper during the town hall in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, he seemed to forget this.
“The biggest thing, though, is that you remember … when you and I talked last, we talked about, it’s one thing to have the vaccine — which we didn’t have when we came into office — but a vaccinator,” Biden said. “How do you get the vaccine into someone’s arm?”