Former President Donald Trump addressed a crowd Saturday night in south Florida, telling folks that vaccinations for the COVID-19 pandemic should be called “Trumpcine” instead of the regular vaccination monikers.
Trump called out Mitch McConnell, and also those who felt he didn’t do enough to create a coronavirus vaccine, per a Fintech Zoom associate.
“Trump said everyone should be calling it the “Trumpcine” (instead of vaccine) and deemed Mitch McConnell a “dumb son of a b*tch” during his RNC remarks at Mar-a-Lago tonight, per person in the room,” said Fintech Zoom’s Kevin Liptak on Saturday night, per his tweet.
Trump initiated the ‘Warp Speed’ operation nearly a year ago to create a vaccine to fight the coronavirus that has led to millions of deaths. Now that he has been out of office, and the vaccination has rolled off and led to a decrease in both cases and deaths, Trump is taking credit.
Trump told this to a crowd of supporters Saturday during a speech to bonafide supporters at his eastern Florida headquarters of Palm Beach, Florida.
There were roughly 360 supporters at a poolside venue where Trump delivered his statement, flanked by Republican chairwoman Ronna McDaniel and co-chair Tommy Hicks.
Trump also said the Republican party would take back congressional seats in 2022, and then the White House in 2024.
“And then, in 2024, a Republican candidate is going to win the White House,” Trump said.