You won’t believe why Donald Trump said some politicians are gutless

Donald Trump sat for another controversial interview.

This one will have both supporters and opponents talking.

And you won’t believe why Donald Trump said some politicians are gutless.

One America News Network’s Dan Ball recently asked Donald Trump about the controversial COVID vaccines.

The Trump administration developed three coronavirus vaccines as part of Operation Warp Speed.

But officials like Joe Biden, Dr. Fauci, and Centers for Disease Control Dr. Rochelle Walensky lied about the vaccine’s effectiveness and were not honest about the need for booster shots.

Their lack of honesty about the vaccine led to millions of Americans passing on the shot – although many of those Americans already possess natural immunity.

Ball asked President Trump if he regretted championing the vaccines.

“Now after so many months of the vaccine being administered and these side effects, and Americans’ questions [sic] of it, do you reconsider your push for it? Or what’s your view on the vaccine in general?” Ball wondered.

A crowd booed Trump when he admitted to taking the booster shot, and Candace Owens pressed him on his support for the vaccines even though the Biden administration used it as a way to purge Trump supporters from the military and the private sector.

Despite this, Trump still offered a full-throated defense of the controversial vaccines.

Trump even attacked politicians who would not say if they were boosted or not as “gutless.”

“Well, I’ve taken it,” Trump responded. “I’ve had the booster. Many politicians–I watched a couple of politicians be interviewed and one of the questions was, ‘Did you get the booster?’ – because they had the vaccine – and they’re answering like–in other words, the answer is ‘yes’ but they don’t want to say it. Because they’re gutless. You gotta say it – whether you had it or not. Say it. But the fact is that I think the vaccines saved tens of millions throughout the world. I’ve had absolutely no side-effects.”

Trump also defended the vaccines by claiming they prevented serious illness or death.

“If they get it, they’re not going to hospitals for the most part and dying,” Trump added. “Before it was a horror, and now they’re not.”

Many Trump supporters cannot understand why he continues to promote the vaccine in the face of the oppressive mandates championed by the Biden administration.

Trump clearly sees the vaccines as something he would like to campaign on should he run for re-election in 2024.

But it is not a popular issue with his supporters.

Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.