Fox News correspondent Geraldo Rivera suggests naming COVID-19 vaccine ‘The Trump’ to soften his election blow

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Fox News correspondent Geraldo Rivera has suggested naming the COVID-19 vaccine ‘The Trump’ to soften his election blow. 
He said: “With the world so divided and everybody telling him he’s got to give up and it’s time to leave and time to transition and all the rest of it, why not name the vaccine ‘The Trump?'”
The comments came after the president falsely took credit for Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine, which was found to be 95% effective.
Pfizer has not accepted any government money to develop, test, or expand manufacturing capacity, however.
Earlier this month, Rivera tweeted that it would soon be time for Trump to “say goodbye with grace & dignity.”
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Fox News correspondent Geraldo Rivera has suggested naming the COVID-19 vaccine ‘The Trump’ to soften his election blow. Speaking on “Fox & Friends”, he said: “With the world so divided and everybody telling him he’s got to give up and it’s time to leave and time to transition and all the rest of it, why not name the vaccine ‘The Trump?'”Make it like, ‘Have you got your Trump yet?’ It would be a nice gesture to him, and years from now …

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