Biden Continues To Try And Take Credit For Trump’s Accomplishments

Joe Biden’s presidency has been a disaster.

He took a secure border and destroyed it.

He took a recovering economy and destroyed it.

He also has no accomplishments he can hang his hat on.

That is why he is trying to take credit for what Trump did.

A report from The Daily Mail outlined Biden trying to take credit for Trump’s vaccine distribution.

Biden claimed that under Trump only 2 million vaccine doses were given out.

The truth was that it was 16 million.

From The Daily Mail:

President Joe Biden has falsely claimed that just two million Americans had received a COVID vaccine when he replaced Donald Trump, even though the true figure was eight times higher – 16 million.

At a CNN town hall Thursday evening, the president claimed: ‘When I first was elected, there were only two million people who had COVID shots in the United States of America.

‘Now we got 190 million because I went out and bought everything I could do and buy in sight and it worked,’ he claimed.

By the time he was inaugurated, the Associated Press reports, nearly 16 million doses had been administered.

It is also not true that the president bought the vaccines, the Associated Press said, as former President Donald Trump’s administration had purchased 300 million doses of COVID vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna in December, weeks before Biden’s inauguration.

There can and should be widespread debate over these vaccines and if they are effective.

What isn’t up for debate is that Biden can’t take credit for things he didn’t do.

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