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Donald Trump Says COVID-19 Vaccine Should Be Called ‘Trumpcine’

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Former President Donald Trump addressed a crowd Saturday night in south Florida, telling folks that vaccinations for the COVID-19 pandemic should be called “Trumpcine” instead of the regular vaccination monikers.

The crowd listening to the former president gathered south of Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort at a place called Palm Beach’s Four Seasons resort, which included about 360 pro-Trump supporters.

Trump called out Mitch McConnell, and also those who felt he didn’t do enough to create a coronavirus vaccine, per a CNN associate.

“Trump said everyone should be calling it the “Trumpcine” (instead of vaccine) and deemed Mitch McConnell a “dumb son of a b*tch” during his RNC remarks at Mar-a-Lago tonight, per person in the room,” said CNN’s Kevin Liptak on Saturday night, per his tweet.

Trump said everyone should be calling it the “Trumpcine” (instead of vaccine) and deemed Mitch McConnell a “dumb son of a bitch” during his RNC remarks at Mar-a-Lago tonight, per person in the room.

— Kevin Liptak (@Kevinliptakcnn) April 11, 2021

Trump initiated the ‘Warp Speed’ operation nearly a year ago to create a vaccine to fight the coronavirus that has led to millions of deaths. Now that he has been out of office, and the vaccination has rolled off and led to a decrease in both cases and deaths, Trump is taking credit.

Trump told this to a crowd of supporters Saturday during a speech to bonafide supporters at his eastern Florida headquarters of Palm Beach, Florida.

There were roughly 360 supporters at a poolside venue where Trump delivered his statement, flanked by Republican chairwoman Ronna McDaniel and co-chair Tommy Hicks.

US President Donald Trump greets the crowd before he leaves at the Operation Warp Speed Vaccine Summit on December 08, 2020 in Washington, DC. The president signed an executive order stating the US would provide vaccines to Americans before aiding other nations.
Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images

Trump also said the Republican party would take back congressional seats in 2022, and then the White House in 2024.

“And then, in 2024, a Republican candidate is going to win the White House,” Trump said.

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