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CNN host Jake Tapper does little to hide his disdain for President Trump. However, even he couldn’t refrain from acknowledging the invaluable role of Operation Warp Speed in Pfizer and Moderna’s coronavirus vaccines:

Calling their efforts “an unmitigated success,” Tapper stressed the importance of recognizing everyone’s hard work and that “President Trump was the one who OK’d it.”

CNN’s Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta echoed Tapper’s effusive praise, proclaiming that “the pace of medical innovation has been forever changed.”

Within three months of getting the sequence of Covid-19, researchers had begun giving the vaccine to clinical trial participants — a process that, on average, takes years.


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geneww38
geneww38
10 months ago

It is a breath of fresh air to see this station acknowledge the unbelievable success of these vaccines and protocols.

SidS
SidS
10 months ago
Reply to  geneww38

Sure, after 4 years of vilifying him and his supporters, not to mention phony “Russian hoax” and “impeachment”, now, with the likelihood of his defeat, now and only now does his give Trump credit. What hypocracy!

Melanie J McClure
Melanie J McClure
10 months ago

I am so happy somebody is finally hearing my PRESIDENT, he has been saying things I already suspected from the way they were looking,and what kinda fib they said on the PRESIDENT, that I didn’t see and I was looking the whole thing. Thanks for paying attention. Love y’all and keep up wth your GREATER WORKS IN THIS COUNTRY…..

Craig Murphy
Craig Murphy
10 months ago

Would he have been so lavish in his praise if this had been announced a month ago?