White House shares video of Donald Trump’s comments in super-rare moment of agreement

White House shares video of Donald Trump’s comments in super-rare moment of agreement

It turns out we’re not the only ones who found Donald Trump’s recent comments shockingly coherent.

Trump recently advocated for the safety of Covid-19 vaccines and revealed that he got the booster shot while speaking to Bill O’Reilly.

On social media, many people found themselves in a rare moment of agreement with the former President and now, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki has even shared a clip of Trump and urged everyone to listen to him. This can only be further proof we’re living in a simulation.

“Just going to echo former President Trump here on the safety and efficacy of the vaccines. Merry Christmas eve eve. go get boosted,” Psaki wrote on Twitter.

In the video, Trump is being interviewed by controversial right-winger Candace Owens.

While speaking to Owens, Trump said: “The vaccine is one of the greatest achievements of mankind.”

Trump explained that all three vaccines—Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson—are all “very good.”

When Owens claimed that more people have died this year, “under Joe Biden” even though more people took the vaccine, Trump interrupted her to explain that, “The ones that get very sick and go to the hospital are the ones who don’t take the vaccine.”

He went on to say, “If you take the vaccine you are protected...If you do get it, it’s a very minor form. people aren't dying when they take the vaccine.”

In the video, Trump did share that he’s against mask mandates. When Owens compared masking children to China, Trump also offered a rare compliment to the country.

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“And yet China’s education system is a hell of a lot better than ours. You know what, they’re rated number 2 or 3 and we’re rated number 44.”

Definitely out of character for the man we saw in the White House over the last four years, and people were just as confused that he’s now being praised by the current White House staff online.

One person said, “He finally didn’t lie. Now his base will hate him for it.”

“When he's right he's right,” Dr. Jeffrey Guterman said.

“I dislike the man but when he is right which is almost never you have to give him credit I wish he had said this from the start could have saved a lot of lives,” one person tweeted.

“...He is correct. He is telling the truth. I’m confused,” wrote another.

“Strange flip flop from Donald - his internal polling number must have shown him, pro vaxx is the path back to the presidency,” wrote one.

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