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Nicolle Wallace unleashes on Republicans for supporting domestic terrorism and refusing to protect America

MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace was furious during her Wednesday show while addressing the way the Republican Party has been taken over by terrorists.

She first addressed Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), who threatened to execute Speaker Nancy Pelosi, former President Barack Obama and former Secretaries Hillary Clinton and John Kerry. GOP Congressional Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) said that he would give Greene a talking-to. In reality, he put her on the Education Committee after it was reported she called school shootings false flags.

Wallace mentioned Joe Scarborough's Wednesday morning rant demanding that Republicans be held accountable.

"But I have a totally different view on this," Wallace said. "Republicans want to stand with Donald Trump on inciting an insurrection? Knock yourself out. You'll make the job of burning the party to the ground faster and easier."

She read an excerpt from the Homeland Security bulletin posted Wednesday warning of anti-government domestic terror threats all over the United States.

"It's Donald Trump's freaking mission statement for the last three months of his presidency! He is the clear and present danger. He is the symbol of everything we're being warned about today!" Wallace said. "I mean, this really is a case where the lies uttered by Donald Trump and amplified by his allies on Fox News and OAN and everywhere else that his media sycophants project their messages now put all of our lives at risk. It's a stunning culmination of the role of disinformation from Russia in his election in 2016 to the role of disinformation after his defeat in bringing us to the brink of a practically unprecedented threat of domestic terrorism based on political violence."

In a discussion with Bulwark's Tim Miller and Dr. Jason Johnson, Wallace came back to the issues facing McCarthy and the members of his party who are threatening political violence. Fox News host Tucker Carlson has come to the aide of QAnon supporters like Greene, claiming that she is being persecuted for what she thinks.

"She's not in trouble for what she thinks," Wallace explained. "She's in trouble as a public official for what she posts and conveys on social media."

She went on to say that what was revealed this week was that 45 Republicans voted not to even hold a trial for a president who incited an insurrection.

It "had all of them hiding in their own offices with furniture pushed up again the doors," she recalled. "What were they hiding for? If Donald Trump hadn't incited a violent insurrection that they were scared about. Why weren't they roaming the halls? If they weren't afraid, why were they in offices with furniture pushed up against a door? And my only point about the opportunity that Democrats have is that they have today, this bulletin describes the threat, they describe the world view of the people who right now and through the end of April, in the views of the people at the Department of Homeland Security -- the world view is the same word view as the views publicly espoused by the QAnon member of Congress."

Wallace went on to echo questions from Scarborough about why Republicans are so afraid to stand up to Trump and terrorists who attacked them.

"The magnitude of the threat for those who want to dismantle our government -- a threat addressed today by the Department of Homeland Security when it issued a federal bulletin of the increased threat of ideologically motivated violent extremists, possibly motivated to incite violence in the wake of Joe Biden's inauguration," she continued. "It's a warning that makes republican inaction even more frightening."

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Counterintelligence expert thinks Trump's Homeland Security suppressed bulletin on domestic terrorism threats

Former FBI deputy for counterintelligence, Frank Figliuzzi, addressed the Homeland Security bulletin issued Wednesday warning of possible continued terrorism from violent anti-government extremists like the ones who attacked the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. Speaking to MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace, Figliuzzi began with positive news that this is a bulletin not an alert, which means there's nothing specifically planned soon.

The alert said that there have been increasing threats for the past year from violent domestic extremists motivated by COVID-19 lockdowns and mask mandates.

"Here is the bad news," he continued. "This reflects a discovery of deeply entrenched radicalization in our society. As the agents are going through and arresting and executing search warrants against the insurrectionists, they're likely to discover evidence of bigger planning, a deeper sense of organization than they could have imagined. I know personally from my own observations that the chatter is continuing almost unabated, but this advisory is not only about what they know about what might happen, but it's also a fear of what they're not seeing."

The example he used was that many of these people are moving to use encrypted platforms that law enforcement officials can't see or monitor.

"That's a blind spot for them," he explained. "The other thing, this isn't just partnering with law enforcement. One, yeah, let's put national law enforcement on notice, the highway patrol officer who pulls someone over who yaks about hurting somebody in D.C., but it's also, if you see something, say something. We need that kind of posture as we had after 9/11."

Wallace asked about the bulletin itself, wondering since it has been going on for a year if law enforcement would have found it helpful to have the bulletin sooner.

"My sense, my gut, my experience tells me that when we heard the FBI say that we gave intelligence concerns about violence to the Capitol Police, the Capitol region," said Figliuzzi. "When we hear the Capitol Police produce their own intelligence report, that was even more troubling, and we saw the posture and presence we saw. My gut tells me someone was pulling those strings, and someone said, 'don't issue the warnings, don't get the posture up, don't scare people, don't interfere with what we have.' We need a truly independent commission to get us those answers."

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Not all Capitol insurrectionists are militia members -- one man was a yoga instructor from the burbs

There is a misconception that the people who stormed the U.S. Capitol in a siege to "hang Mike Pence" and arrest and presumably execute House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) were just militia members, QAnon conspiracy theorists and general conservatives radicalized on Parler and in Facebook groups. It's not entirely the case, wrote Washington Post civil liberties columnist Radley Balko.

"Take, for example, Alan Hostetter, an Orange County, Calif., man who led a cadre of MAGA followers to the 'Stop the Steal' rally, then filmed himself on the Capitol steps during the attempted insurrection," wrote Balko.

His column comes hours after the Department of Homeland Security issued an alert saying that ideological extremists are intent on perpetuating their grievances with the U.S. government after former President Donald Trump convinced them that the 2020 election was somehow rigged.

Hostetter formerly worked as an infantryman, sheriff's deputy, SWAT officer and police chief. Now, he's a yoga teacher, supporting "suburban wellness," which includes those doing yoga, acupuncture, Reiki and other services from New Age gurus.

After taking yoga he loved it so much he became a teacher, leading guided meditation to housewives and through senior center classes.

"The far right in Hostetter's Orange County is a slurry of suburban wellness, law-and-order conservatism, white nationalist activity and five of the country's 20 wealthiest cities," wrote Balko. "Hostetter and other activists have created a strange assemblage of yogis, "spiritualists," business owners and conventional Republicans, harnessing the fear and anger of Orange County elites. They united it with Trump's more working-class base to build a coalition of anti-lockdown, anti-mask and anti-vaccine activists, QAnon conspiracists, covid-19 truthers, wellness advocates, evangelicals, ultimate fighting fans and white nationalists, all under the MAGA banner."

Hostetter isn't the only one who didn't meet the stereotypes frequently seen at former President Donald Trump's rallies. Horned Capitol insurrectionist lamented, through his mother, that he was starving in jail because he only eats organic and most jails don't take dietary restrictions into account when they incarcerate someone.

Another was known as a sweet old man to his neighbors until they found out that he was the one who brought Molotov cocktails to Washington.

he concluded by saying, " As long as Republican leaders and elected officials refuse to confront the core pathologies of Trumpism that spawned the riot, the Alan Hostetters in this country will continue to radicalize, and they'll continue to radicalize others. They'll be back."

Lincoln Project creates mock instructional video to teach 'liars' how to deny COVID is real

As the COVID-19 pandemic rages on in the United States, nearly 430,000 people have died. Still, some Republicans continue to deny that COVID-19 is real or that masks will protect people against the virus.

In a mock instructional video, the Lincoln Project ridiculed the Republicans, trying to teach other "liars" how to deny the virus was real using quotes from members of the party.

Step one, they said, is to downplay the danger. In the case of former President Donald Trump, downplaying the seriousness of the virus early on was key in spreading it and killing many Americans. He claimed it was nothing more than the flu for the first several months of the pandemic while telling others behind closed doors that it was deadly serious.

Step two, the Lincoln Project listed, is to mock any safety precautions and CDC recommendations to wear masks, wash hands or social distance. If there is one thing Trump didn't want to do, it was wear a mask. He spent most of 2020 mask-shaming anyone who dared to wear one around him. From reporters to White House staff, no one was safe from Trump's anti-mask bullying. Trump reportedly didn't like the way it looked on him.

Step three in the lies for COVID denialism is to attack the experts. When Dr. Anthony Fauci contradicted Trump, the former president benched the top infectious diseases expert and blocked him from appearing on television. When he disagreed with the science over hydroxychloroquine, Trump's economic adviser Peter Navarro screamed at him in front of other White House staffers.

Step four is to ignore the first three steps and take credit for the vaccine. When it was finally announced that vaccines worked, Trump took credit for the success saying that it was due to the money he allocated to funding. There was no money allocated to funding the vaccine for those drug companies, however, and the pharmaceutical companies openly said so, humiliating the president in the press.

In the end, if all of those steps fail, just blame the Democrats, the video says.

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Lindsey Graham shredded for whining that having impeachment witnesses will 'go on for months'

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) lamented to Fox News' Sean Hannity on Tuesday that if Democrats call witnesses for the second impeachment trial of Donald Trump, then it's going to go on for months because then Republicans will want to call witnesses.

It prompted responses from viewers who noted that they actually do want to hear what the witnesses have to say on both sides of the aisle. It's unclear what witnesses the Republicans could call to discount what many saw on video.

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McCarthy says he intends to give Marjorie Taylor Greene a talking-to after threats to kill Democrats

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) said that he's concerned about newly-elected Republican Marjorie Taylor Greene (GA) for her threats to execute Democrats and FBI agents. According to Axios, he intends to speak with her.

A CNN report out Tuesday revealed a series of threats that Greene made against Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) in 2018 and 2019. According to the report, she threatened to execute Pelosi. She also threatened to do so with former President Barack Obama and former Secretaries Hillary Clinton and John Kerry. Greene was also found to have "liked" several posts that called for FBI agents' deaths.

Greene blamed her "coms team" saying that other people post to her Facebook account when asked for comment. That, however, doesn't answer for the video in which she called for Pelosi's execution.

"These comments are deeply disturbing and Leader McCarthy plans to have a conversation with the Congresswoman about them," McCarthy's spokesperson said in a statement to Axios.

The report also recalled when former Rep. Steve King (R-IA) was taken off of all of his committees in 2019 for asking why terms like "white nationalism" and "white supremacy" had become "so offensive" to the public.

Axios noted that last year, King predicted that he would use the same threats to keep Greene in line.

"He'll hang the sin that he committed against me out in front of her like the sword of Damocles," King said.

When the leadership took out King, he was removed from the Judiciary and Agriculture Committees at a time that was crucial for Iowa farmers who lost their only lawmaker on the committee. The problem with McCarthy threatening the same with Greene is thus far she doesn't appear to have been assigned any committees.

See the full report at Axios.

Rachel Maddow: The GOP is a complete dumpster fire and Democrats are just trying to govern

MSNBC host Rachel Maddow opened her Tuesday show talking about the disasters facing the Republican Party as they fall out of power.

She noted that as the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump begins, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) is already dealing with his own hypocrisy. Once the House impeached Trump, McConnell told Schumer that he wouldn't bring the Senate back to vote on conviction until after Trump was out of office. Now that Trump is out of office, McConnell voted Tuesday to dismiss the charges because Trump was no longer in office.

"Yeah, they stormed the Capitol and tried to kill the vice president and the speaker of the House and probably lots of us," Maddow said of what she believes is GOP thinking. "And they stormed the Senate chamber and went through all of our desks and had guns and tasers and bats and ransacked the place and thought that would be the way that they would take control of the government while threatening to kill all of us. But you know what? It was nearly three weeks ago."

She noted 45 Republicans Tuesday voted that the attack was meaningless.

"So, if you mount a violent attack on the U.S. government, including your supporters seemingly being been on trying to kill the vice president and members of House and Senate, depending on the timing, it might be okay," Maddow continued. "They are really cool with this being what their party does right now. It is almost impossible to believe that that is where they are."

She then reported that newly elected Republican Marjorie Taylor Greene was outed for her 2018 and 2019 execution threats against House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, former President Barack Obama, former Secretary John Kerry, agents at the FBI and other Democrats.

"No sign whatsoever that will have any impact on Miss Greene's standing in the Republican Party or in Congress, because that's not weird for the Republican Party anymore," said Maddow. "And often when a party gets voted out of power, like the Republicans just were, they no longer hold the White House or the House or the Senate. Often, when that happens, in normal politics, you see all this reporting, all the headlines about 'oh, the party in disarray.' This is a very particular and peculiar kind of disarray."

This, she explained, is what happens to a party when "they are dealing with what we would usually think of as a fringe violent extremist criminal movement. But it is right at the heart of what they are offering the country and they are really taking great pains to make sure that the leader who drove them fastest and hardest, can run as their standard-bearer in 2024."

Meanwhile, she said, the Democratic Party is desperately trying to govern to pass the slate of bills that have been collecting dust on McConnell's desk for years.

"It is very hard to have a stable democracy based on a two-party system if that's one of the two parties," Maddow said. "If that's their contention right now. 'What do we do about our members who bring guns onto the floor and saying our speaker should have a bullet in the head? And what do we do about a president who just mounted an attack on the Capitol? Should we just make sure his followers are charged and make sure he come back and run for president in 2024?'"

This, she said, isn't about the politics of the day, but about the "viability of democracy."

"On the Democratic side, they're just trying to govern," she said. "They're trying to figure out how to get something done without having to deal with that dumpster fire on the other side. How can that be your governing partner? However much we tend to treat politics as a horse race, a numbers game in terms of how many seats on each side, how much elections have consequences based on how many people are on each committee. Once the consequences are that you are in control of both Houses of Congress and the White House, the thing that is most key to your political success is to show whether you can do good things for the country with your power."

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MSNBC host laughs at Republicans for not getting rid of Trump while they can

MSNBC host Chris Hayes couldn't help but notice that Republicans have an opportunity to stop their own 2024 primary opponent but they're refusing to accept it.

Speaking to Bulwark writer Tim Miller, Hayes noted that some have argued that Republicans are afraid of former President Donald Trump and that's why they're giving him a pass even though they were terrified on Jan. 6.

"This idea that the most charitable thing to say about these people is they're cowards -- that's the most charitable thing to say, which is they're making some calculation," said Hayes. "I think the evidence is clear that a lot of them just are on board with the Trump Project. It's not that they're afraid of crossing him, it's when you -- like Ron Johnson I think likes Donald Trump and thinks Donald Trump was a good president and I think a lot of them think that way."

Miller agreed, saying that at the Bulwark they had a former Republican Party County chair write about Johnson, saying that he thinks people who go to Trump rallies and stormed the Capitol love America and people who support Bernie Sanders don't.

"I disagree with you on this actually, I think the cowards are worse," said Miller. "Others like Marco Rubio saw this clearly. In 2016 he said if we nominate somebody like Donald Trump, who keeps inciting this kind of violence, uses this violent talk, eventually somebody is going to take him seriously and that would be a disaster for this country. That's what Marco Rubio said in 2016. Now he's on board with it. Now he's like, 'that's great. I want more. I want four more years of Donald Trump.' So I think that's far worse to me actually than the Ron Johnson calculation. But that's what these guys have made. They have had this opportunity so many times now. They had it after the 'Access Hollywood' tape, they had it at the first impeachment and now he's not even in office. He can't even hate-tweet them anymore, Twitter has banned him and still, they are rolling over for him because it's what their voters want. They like the popularity that he brings. As you said, some of them like the whole anti-democratic project."

Hayes called it "wild" because after covering politics for decades, "you never get a vote to disqualify your opponent." Democrats are handing Republicans an opportunity, saying that what Trump did was immoral and undemocratic, "and if you vote the right way, that guy can't ever run against you. No one ever gets that! There is no universe."

Yet, Hayes said, Republicans still want Trump.

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Keith Olbermann calls on FBI to investigate Marjorie Taylor Greene after she threatened several Democrats

Newly elected Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (GA) lashed out at liberal commentator Keith Olbermann on Twitter, alleging that he threatened her after he alleged that she would end up in jail as a traitor. It apparently didn't work because Olbermann is back with another attack on Greene and calling for the FBI to investigate her social media posts.

Greene reportedly posted several things on her social media in 2018 and 2019 that called for the deaths of Speaker Nancy Pelosi, former President Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, John Kerry, FBI agents and other Democrats.

Olbermann mocked Greene for blaming "others" who have access to her Facebook account but noted that the new Georgia Congresswoman made the comments in a video she filmed for that page.

Greene's wild words would be normal QAnon issues, Olbermann said, but she helped spur the insurrection, carries a cache of weapons with her and has access to the woman she said should be killed.

"When on Twitter I had suggested that she would eventually go to prison as a traitor, she replied that 'This is extremely violent, threatening rhetoric,' even though it was neither threatening nor violent. She also claimed that this was part of a 'sickening witch hunt by the deranged, violent left. In her reply to me, Taylor Greene also tagged the Twitter account of the FBI. 'My coms team,' her coms team, 'is recording and archiving everything with the media because of dangerous liars like this.' Dangerous liar? Hi, hello, how are ya?"

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Florida school resource officer caught on video as he knocks Black student unconscious

A Liberty High School resource officer in Osceola, Florida, was captured on video attempting to detain a Black female student and knocking her unconscious while doing so.

TMZ posted the video Tuesday by someone observing the scene, saying that there was a fight between two females at the school and they were separated when the officer slammed the woman to the ground.

"There was a loud bang as the girl's head slammed to the concrete, and she appears to be immediately knocked out cold," said TMZ.


"This girl was already separated and under control by one of the faculty members when the officer came out of nowhere, picked her up and body slammed her headfirst on to the concrete," said the person posting the video.

The school released a statement saying that they are investigating the incident, including the videos, to better understand what happened.

The 'Republican Party is imploding before our very eyes': Analyst says McConnell is digging his own grave

Speaking on MSNBC Tuesday, Alex Wagner of "The Circus" said that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell would weaponize the Senate gym if he was able to do it.

She explained that while the country is facing a slate of challenges, "we're dealing with a Republican Party that's imploding before our very eyes. We talk about the fact that Mitch McConnell is trying to weaponize an organizing resolution. Everybody should take a moment and absorb that. This organizing resolution is a pro forma piece of Senate parliamentary procedure. Mitch McConnell tried to weaponize it. That, to me, indicates the Republican Party will leave no stone unturned in terms of the levers of power. If they could weaponize the Senate gym, they would. Anything that there is, they will try to use as a lever of power because they understand they are dealing with an administration and a Democratic Party that is emboldened, that is scared for the future of the country and that is willing to do a lot of really big things to save what I think they see as the country on a precipice."

Wagner didn't say it but public opinion alone is working against the GOP. President Joe Biden enjoys a 66 percent job approval according to Gallup, while former President Donald Trump left office with the lowest polling of his presidency at 34 percent.

The argument over the parliamentary procedure is about the filibuster, which Mitch McConnell wants to preserve and many Democrats oppose because it has stopped majority rule in the Senate, which is outlined in the Constitution. The founding documents outlines a simple majority of Senators to pass legislation, but due to the threat of a filibuster, a supermajority of 60 votes is needed to pass any legislation. It was a tactic used during the Jim Crow era to block Civil Rights legislation and it has been employed by McConnell over the past decade to stop the Senate from passing bills.

Host Ari Melber said that McConnell admitted in public that he would use whatever obstruction tactics are available to him to stop the Democrats from passing any legislation.

"It's completely counterintuitive," Wagner said. "Mitch McConnell doesn't want anybody to do away with the filibuster because it's the one tool he has. It is a very, very effective tool the way the Republicans have used it. He's virtually guaranteeing the Democrats are brought to the edge of getting rid of the filibuster because his tactics to preserve it are so willfully wrong if you will. I mean, it is so plainly obvious what he -- he's laying out his agenda of obstruction and hoping that the Democrats don't fight. I think honestly if you had asked me a week ago whether there was momentum within the Democratic Party to get rid of the filibuster, the antics of the past few days have almost ensured there is going to be a real groundswell of consensus inside the Democratic caucus to do something about the filibuster because of McConnell's behavior over the last couple of days."

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Susan Collins and Tim Kaine are working to convince colleagues to censure Trump instead of ban from office: report

Sens. Susan Collins (R-ME) and Tim Kaine (D-VA) are working behind the scenes to convince their colleagues that they should censure former President Donald Trump, Axios reported.

When former President Bill Clinton was impeached for lying under oath about a sexual relationship, the Senate refused to vote for removal and instead voted for censure in 1998. Now Kaine and Collins are trying to convince their colleagues that attempting to overthrow the 2020 election and leading a violent attack on the U.S. Capitol is worthy of the same censure that Clinton got.

The Senate voted Tuesday whether to accept the argument that impeaching Donald Trump was unconstitutional, and 45 Republicans agreed to throw out the impeachment case. Two-thirds of the Senate is needed to convict Trump, which is 17 Republicans that would have to join with all Democrats.

"I think it's pretty obvious from the vote today, that it is extraordinarily unlikely that the president will be convicted. Just do the math," Collins said to reporters after the vote.

Kaine, by contrast, said that he wants to remove the focus from Trump and instead put it on the issues of President Joe Biden's agenda.

The majority of Americans support the second impeachment of Trump (56 percent) and believe that he should be convicted and barred from running for office again (57 percent), a Monmouth University poll said this week. These are the base numbers that appear prior to the public trial of Trump that will show videos and audio of the former president's supporters saying that they went to the Capitol on his instruction.

Read the full report at Axios.

Senator Patrick Leahy taken to the hospital after presiding over Trump impeachment

After presiding over the start of former President Donald Trump's second impeachment, Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT) fell ill and was taken to the hospital, his office announced Tuesday.

"This evening, Senator Leahy was in his Capitol office and was not feeling well. He was examined in the Capitol by the Attending Physician. Out of an abundance of caution, the Attending Physician recommended that he be taken to a local hospital," his spokesperson said in a statement. The 80-year-old senator is currently being evaluated.

It's unclear if he was tested for the coronavirus or if it is something else unrelated. He, like many other Senators, received the vaccine on Dec. 19 along with his other colleagues. He would have received the second dose of the vaccine three or four weeks later, depending on the type of vaccination.

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Josh Hawley swears he's not running for president in 2024: report

Business Insider reported Tuesday that Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO), who encouraged the insurrection on the U.S. Capitol and led the effort to overthrow the 2020 election, is not running for president in 2024.

It was rumored by many on Capitol Hill that Hawley's cozying up to Trump was about his ambition for higher office, but speaking to the Insider, Hawley said he's not. "He didn't elaborate," the report said.

While there wasn't much more news in the report, the Insider explained that "the prospect of a Trump 2024 run forces Republicans into a careful dance."

Hawley said that he's focused on his Senate reelection in 2022 in Missouri. His hometown newspaper already attacked him for his role to overturn the election that led to the insurrection. "He has blood on his hands," the Kansas City Star editorial board said.

"When Insider asked Hawley if he thinks Trump should step aside so other Republicans can make their presidential ambitions known and lay the groundwork for a campaign, he responded, 'I don't know, you'd have to ask them. Ask my colleagues.'"

Sen. Marco Rubio is also running for reelection in 2022, and told Insider that he wasn't sure if he was going to run again for president in 2024.

Biden acknowledges that Trump didn't buy enough vaccines to save Americans

Former President Donald Trump announced last year that he was buying 100 million vaccinations from Pfizer and 100 million vaccinations from Moderna. At the time, it prompted questions from reporters who knew that the American population is over 330 million people and two shots are needed for the virus.

The predicament left incoming President Joe Biden to admit to Americans that there weren't enough vaccinations purchased. In an announcement to the press on Tuesday, Biden said that he would purchase at least 200 million more doses as soon as they're available. His goal, he said is to have the full amount needed by this summer.

In Dec. 2020, it was revealed that Trump was offered more vaccines by Pfizer and Moderna and refused them.

It's still unknown why the former White House refused to buy enough vaccines for all Americans.

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