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The New York Times’ Maggie Haberman is one of those media people who just can’t seem to quit President Donald Trump.

You may recall how the Podesta emails revealed the Clinton team’s opinion of Haberman during her campaign in 2015. Haberman was then working for Politico.

We have has a very good relationship with Maggie Haberman of Politico over the last year. We have had her tee up stories for us before and have never been disappointed.

But while commenting on Sen. Tommy Tuberville urging people to get vaccinated, Haberman took this very false shot at Trump.

Notable. The former president, who wants credit for the vaccines developed during his presidency, has declined to take such a step. https://t.co/fk3mdaHKoA

— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) June 10, 2021

“Notable. The former president, who wants credit for the vaccines developed during his presidency, has declined to take such a step,” Haberman said.

How many ways is this wrong and deceptive?

First, the only reason we have the vaccine in record time is because of Trump’s the partnership between the government and the private companies in the speeding up of the development including through Operation Warp Speed. They weren’t just “developed during his presidency,” they were developed because of him, because of his pushing that unique partnership and making it a priority to get done. He talked about it constantly while the media mocked him and claimed it couldn’t be done. He proved them wrong and in so doing saved countless lives and should get all the credit for doing so. But folks like Haberman want to downplay his role and act like all that didn’t happen.

Second, how long does it take to find out that Trump has promoted and encouraged people to get the vaccine? About twenty seconds to do a search? Why would he not since he was the one who pushed it? Her tweet doesn’t even make logical sense.

She could have found multiple examples of him encouraging people to get vaccinated. Some journalist.

https://t.co/WXCUdeRqy0 pic.twitter.com/ZNuZ0qyzjC

— Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) June 10, 2021

Doing great, Maggie.

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