Biden turning to NASCAR and country music to sell conservatives on vaccines: report
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Donald Trump would not even get his coronavirus vaccine in public, but the new president is working to vaccinate the supporters of his predecessor in a new push.

"Reluctance among conservatives to get vaccinated against Covid-19 has caused growing concern inside the White House, according to people familiar with the matter, even as President Joe Biden's administration rapidly scales up nationwide efforts to administer shots," CNN reported Friday. "The topic has been the subject of several high-level conversations between administration advisers and health experts, including at the presidential level, the officials said."

"Conservatives will now be one of the primary target audiences for a massive public relations campaign that could launch as early as next week, officials said. And the administration, through its partners, has been working with NASCAR, country music organizations and several rural organizations on vaccine confidence efforts meant for conservative eyes and ears," CNN reported. "Still, the one person whose public vaccine endorsement some experts say would be influential, President Donald Trump, appears unlikely to work in any capacity with the current administration to promote the shots. And polls show the number of Trump voters who say they will never get the vaccine is increasing."

While Trump did not join the other former presidents in a public service announcement boosting the vaccine, when asked by Fox News, Trump said his supporters should take get vaccinated.

However, after all of the GOP's attacks on science and coronavirus, Trump may not even be an adequate spokesperson.