I will be able to come on your show and take Covid vaccine: Ivanka Trump accepts TV host’s challenge – world news

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US President Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka on Thursday said she used to be in a position to make an appearance on a live show and take the Covid-19 vaccine after TV host Delight Behar slammed the vaccine and expressed her lack of faith.

All over a segment on TV show ‘The View’, co-host Delight Behar criticised the coronavirus vaccine which is being developed under Trump administration by doubting its credibility as she pointed out the long journey it took the world to find cure of viruses such as Polio, Smallpox.

“Its not a simple object to do. He (Donald Trump) would push anything to receive re-elected. Don’t fall for it, and by the way, I would take the vaccine whether Ivanka takes it,” Behar is heard saying on the show.

Taking up the challenge, Ivanka Trump took to Twitter to root for the FDA (Food and Drug Administration).

“Deal @JoyVBehar. I would come on your show to take action. I accept as true with the FDA and so must all Americans. Vanquishing this virus must be our collective top precedence,” she tweeted. 

Deal @JoyVBehar. I would come on your show to take action.

I accept as true with the FDA and so must all Americans. Vanquishing this virus must be our collective top precedence. https://t.co/FXb0Dqjdio

— Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) September 10, 2020

Not just from Behar, but Trump has been receiving numerous criticism on his promised Covid-19 vaccine, many calling it a crusade tactic to gain virtue at the upcoming US presidential election.

On many occasions including crusade rallies, Trump has claimed a vaccine for coronavirus will have been found by the end of this year.

Trump on Monday insisted that a vaccine is also in a position “even before a very special date”, referring to November 3, the Election Day.

“We are producing a vaccine in record time. It is a vaccine that we are gonna have soon, very very soon…by the end of the year but much sooner than that maybe,” Trump had said.

On November 3, 2020, Americans will head to the polls and vote to elect a new government for the next four years or re-elect the Trump for a second term.

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