Former President Donald Trump and his wife Melania received the COVID-19 vaccine before departing White House in January, according to the sources. Some inside media sources had confirmed that before President Joe Biden’s inauguration took place, Mr. and Mrs. Trump received the first dose of the vaccination while residing in the White House. Donald Trump’s first public appearance came in the Conservative Political Action Conference, where he bashed Joe Biden and Dr. Fauci and spoke of the conspiracy theories about his triumph in the last election.Image Credit: NBC News
While being in office, Donald Trump never publicly encouraged people to get vaccinated. In his first public appearance since leaving the White House, Donald Trump said, “Everyone should go get your shot” during the speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference that took place in Orlando, Florida. A journalist from The Times questioned an adviser to the former president about whether he had received the vaccine, and the answer was he had. It’s not yet confirmed that whether Mr. Trump has received both doses of the vaccine or is yet to receive the second shot.
Melania and Donald Trump COVID Vaccinated Before Departing WH. According to the sources, Mr. and Mrs. Trump got the first dose of COVID-19 vaccination while residing in the White House, and the matter remained private until the former president’s first public appearance after leaving WH. Previously, former President Donald Trump had been seen reluctant to wear a mask publicly and was quite open in spreading irrational theories about COVID-19, which he referred “Chinese Virus.” Back in October 2020, amid his election campaign, Donald Trump and his wife Melania tested positive for COVID-19 and after that the duo was quarantined immediately.