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The White Home is strolling again a tweet stating that claimed “there was no vaccine out there” when President Biden took workplace, issuing a follow-up tweet on Friday evening saying that it “misstated” the provision of COVID-19 vaccines in January 2021.
On Thursday, the official White Home Twitter account tweeted “When President Biden took workplace, tens of millions have been unemployed and there was no vaccine out there.”
The unique tweet drew fierce criticism from different Twitter customers, who identified that there was a COVID-19 vaccine out there when Biden took workplace on Jan. 20, 2021.
President Biden even shared an image of himself receiving his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on Dec. 21, 2020.
On Friday evening, the White Home tweeted that its authentic tweet “misstated that vaccines have been unavailable in January 2021.”
“We beforehand misstated that vaccines have been unavailable in January 2021. We should always have stated that they weren’t broadly out there. Vaccines turned out there shortly earlier than the President got here into workplace. Since then, he’s liable for absolutely vaccinating over 200 million folks,” the tweet from Friday evening states.
Whereas the White Home corrected its tweet, the unique model which states that there was “no vaccine out there” when President Biden took workplace stays on the social media platform and has not been deleted.
Some Twitter customers obtained a disclaimer stating that different readers have “added context” to the White Home tweet, however that was solely a part of a “pilot program” being examined with a “small group of individuals.
Fox Information’ Brian Flood contributed to this report.