Proposal to name 'Trump Vaccine'

 Outgoing US President Donald Trump has expressed his frustration with the Supreme Court. Not only the Supreme Court, but he is also disappointed with the country. 

Trump is still trying to do something. Another point in the White House is that all visible paths to his departure have been blocked. Even then, the party is putting pressure on lawmakers. 

Some Trump supporters are advising him to make an honourable departure. The coronavirus vaccine is being proposed to be called the 'Trump vaccine'.



On Friday, Trump tweeted expressing frustration with the United States as a Supreme Court and country. 

In separate tweets and Facebook messages, he called on other lawmakers, including Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell, to unite. They have warned that there will be no Republican Party unless they unite. 

Falsely claiming he won the presidential election, he said Republican lawmakers should not allow others to snatch the results.

The US presidential election was held on November 3. On January 20, Joe Biden, the winner of the Democratic Party, will be sworn in as the new president.

 Earlier, in a joint meeting of the Congress on January 8, the counting and taking of votes of the Electoral College have been formalized.

 In this formality, if there is any irregularity in the electoral vote, there is an opportunity for the legislators to object. Democrats still have a majority in the lower house of Congress. The Senate is still occupied by Republicans. 

Republican leader Mitch McConnell in the upper house of Congress last week recognized Joe Biden as president-elect.

President Trump said it was not right to accept Joe Biden as president so quickly. Pro-Trump lawmakers will try to cause trouble at a joint Senate hearing on January 8. 

The meeting will be presided over by Vice President Mike Pence. With the signature of Mike Pence, Joe Biden will receive congressional approval as the 46th President of the United States.

No one sees an opportunity to change the result of the election by raising objections in the joint meeting of the Congress. 

Just as Trump's more than 50 post-election lawsuits have been dismissed in court, everyone in Congress thinks his last attempt will fail.

He is also being asked to bid farewell to the defeated, frustrated and broken-hearted Donald Trump with some applause. President Trump is claiming credit for the COVID-19 vaccine. 

Although he called the virus "China virus", he did not take it seriously from the beginning.

The Pfizer-Biotech and Moderna vaccines have brought light to the world's frustration with the Corona disaster. 

Vaccination has already begun in the United States. Before the election, Trump was trying hard to get the vaccine approved. However, it did not happen.

Trump considers all the credit for inventing the vaccine and bringing it to the people in the fastest time possible. 

At the fastest time in history, he began to claim that he had supervised the work for the American people and the world. Corona vaccine credit should not be given to Joe Biden, he told reporters.

President Trump is not coming out in public about this, even though vaccinations have started everywhere in the United States. 

He did not say when he would be vaccinated. Although Vice President Mike Pence, newly elected Joe Biden, Speaker Nancy Pelosi have publicly vaccinated.

Conservative news commentator Geraldo Rivera has proposed naming the Trump vaccine. "Everyone is talking about saying goodbye to Trump," Rivera told Fox News.

 The Corona vaccine could be named after Trump to say goodbye to him with honour. Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online.

It is part of Western culture to say goodbye and give credit when dismissing someone. The naming of vaccine after the President Donald Trump will serve as a consolation before leaving power, his supporters think so. 

Trump will be honoured, supporters will be comforted. The initiative is also seen as an attempt to unite the people of the country.

Former President Barack Obama is remembered by the American people for his health care law called 'Obama Care'. 

If the name can be associated with the vaccine, Trump's supporters believe that he will be remembered in the world for this reason. 




Donald Trump dreams of winning the Nobel Prize. His supporters also make recommendations for the Nobel Committee. Corona's vaccine will also create an opportunity for Trump to apply for the Nobel Prize, his supporters believe

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