While there are plenty of folks out there with differing opinions as to who won the 2020 presidential election, there is literally only one answer as to who is the President at this moment.
Donald Trump, whether he lost the election or not, will remain in the role of Commander in Chief until January 20th, 2021, barring some unforeseen and unprecedented event. That puts him in charge, and it his administration that’s responsible for the welfare of the American people.
Like it said: That’s putting it bluntly.
But a strange thing happened this week, and it has Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar a bit miffed.
Former Vice President Joe Biden was informed of Pfizer’s successful coronavirus vaccine news before the nation’s incumbent chief health care administrator, Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar.
“I, as Secretary of Health and Human Services, learned about this from media reports on Monday morning,” Azar said Wednesday during an interview with Washington D.C. radio station WMAL.
“If the Biden campaign found out Sunday night but you … didn’t find out until Monday, that sounds like there’s a problem there,” WMAL host Vince Coglianese said during his interview with Azar.
“There certainly was a gap in communication, let’s say,” Azar responded.
Azar’s subtle accusations are disturbing, certainly, and could fuel the conspiracy theory that the vaccine announcement was held off until after the November election as to not appear politically-motivated.
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