The company of ex-presidents is ready to get vaccine in front of camera
The former US presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton are ready to face the vaccination on camera. This is how they hope to show their countrymen that vaccines are safe.
Republican Bush’s chief of staff tells CNN that his boss has contacted Anthony Fauci and Deborah Birx, two major government medical advisors. “When the time is right, he wants to do what he can to encourage his fellow citizens to get vaccinated,” says the chief of staff.
According to his chief of staff, Bush is absolutely prepared to be vaccinated in front of the camera if a vaccine will be approved by the supervisor. The former president would like to wait until the drug has been administered to the groups who are the first to claim it.
Clinton’s spokesman also responded positively to a question of whether the Democrat wants to be inoculated publicly.
“President Clinton will definitely take a vaccine as soon as possible,” says the speaker. “And he will do so in public if all Americans can be encouraged to do the same.”
Obama, the predecessor of current President Donald Trump, has indicated in an interview that he has faith in Fauci. “So if Anthony Fauci tells me that the vaccine is safe, that we can vaccinate to get you immunity from Covid, then I’m definitely gonna take it,” said the Democrat.
“I might do that on TV or I’ll have it filmed so people can see that I trust science. What I don’t trust is getting COVID.”
Obama acknowledges that some people may have less confidence in vaccines.
“But the fact is, we don’t have polio anymore thanks to vaccines. And that vaccines are the reason that there are no more large numbers of children dying from measles and smallpox and diseases that used to decimate entire populations and communities.”
The former leaders will have to be patient. The American supervisor hasn’t approved the vaccine yet. The United Kingdom has already done so this week.