Covid vaccine has had a tremendous entry in the American election campaign.
In the US election campaign, a round of accusations has started on the Kovid vaccine. President Donald Trump has targeted Vice Presidential candidate Kamala Harris under the cover of the vaccine. He said that Kamala will never become president.
Covid vaccine’s entry in US election campaign
Harris said in an interview to CNN on Sunday that the president could not be trusted until a potential source of the vaccine’s ability and dependency was claimed. On his statement, President Trump said, “Harris is ignoring the vaccine. His intention is to show people that this is not a big achievement.” Trump met with reporters at the White House on Labor Day.
He said, “I don’t want to achieve this achievement for myself. I want to do something better for the people. So that they don’t have to get sick.” The President hoped that the Kovid vaccine may be available in record time before the end of this year or the presidential election. He said that this has discouraged his political rivals.
Trump and Biden apologize for rhetoric
Trump asked Biden and Harris to immediately apologize to the public for their rhetoric against the vaccine. In response to a question, Trump said, “I have seen Kamala’s election figures come down from 15 to zero during the Democratic primary election. There was a round that she had to be almost out but she contested the (primary) election from Iowa because He was not liked. I can understand why Kamala will never become President. ” Significantly, Presidential candidate Joe Biden from the Democratic Party and Vice Presidential candidate Kamala Harris have raised the issue of vaccine in the election campaign.