President Trump Supports Vaccine, Doesn’t Support Mandates


Posted originally on the conservative tree house on December 23, 2021 | Sundance | 694 Comments

President Trump gave an interview to Candace Owens for The Daily Wire.  The full interview is only available for subscribers [link]; however, there is a segment released by Mrs. Owens where Donald Trump talks about the specifics of his position on the vaccine and the mandates.

President Trump supports the three vaccines that were developed during his administration, and is proud of the system he put into place to develop them and get them available to the public.  However, President Trump does not support mandating the vaccine or forced vaccination for anyone, and believes that people should have the freedom to decide what is in their individual best interests.  WATCH:

At approximately 05:10 of the interview, President Trump notes the specific issue of a government mandated vaccine developed by a private corporation, and the risk of corruption and conflicted interests involved.   President Trump accepts that reasonable people would be skeptical of the vaccine itself and would have personal reasons not to participate.

Toward the very end of the interview Trump states he is proud of the accomplishment and will not “give up” on his belief of the vaccine development as a success during his administration.  However, he sees the forced mandate as very detrimental to the economy and views the consequences of the mandate itself as a problem for national security.

Given the range of opinions on the issue of the vaccines overall, and the mandate specifically, President Trump’s position seems quite pragmatic and reasonable.  He’s proud to have developed the vaccines, believes they are of benefit, but strongly respects individual choice, liberty and the freedom to decide for yourself and your family.  I don’t see anything controversial in this position.

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