We've seen almost every former president play a role in putting out a PSA, making sure people understood in the country that the vaccine is safe and effective. We don't believe that requires an embroidered invitation to be a part of. — White House press secretary Jen Psaki
We've seen almost every former president play a role in putting out a PSA, making sure people understood in the country that the vaccine is safe and effective. We don't believe that requires an embroidered invitation to be a part of. — White House press secretary Jen Psaki
Psaki says Trump does not need 'an embroidered invitation' to make a vaccine PSA
  • Psaki rejected a suggestion for Biden to ask Trump to make a COVID-19 vaccine PSA.
  • "We don't believe that requires an embroidered invitation to be a part of," she said.
  • Every living former president, except Trump, has made such an announcement.
"We've seen almost every former president play a role in putting out a PSA, making sure people understood in the country that the vaccine is safe and effective," Psaki said in response to Fox News reporter Peter Doocy's question during a press briefing. "We don't believe that requires an embroidered invitation to be a part of."

Psaki added that the White House has been working with state and local governments to help boost public confidence in the vaccine and encourage people to get the shot.

"What we've seen in our data is that the most trusted voices are local officials, doctors, medical experts, civic leaders, clergy," Psaki said. "And that is really where we've invested our funding and our resources."


Besides Trump, every living former president has participated in campaign ads to urge Americans to get vaccinated. In March, former presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and Jimmy Carter appeared in a joint vaccine PSA.
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