White House says it ‘misstated’ that vaccines were unavailable when President Biden took office environment

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The White Dwelling is strolling again a tweet stating that claimed “there was no vaccine available” when President Biden took place of work, issuing a follow-up tweet on Friday night indicating that it “misstated” the availability of COVID-19 vaccines in January 2021.

On Thursday, the official White Residence Twitter account tweeted “When President Biden took office, tens of millions were being unemployed and there was no vaccine readily available.”

TWITTER Allows WHITE House TO MAKE ‘CLEARLY FALSE’ Assert THAT COVID VACCINE Wasn’t Accessible Right up until BIDEN Period

President Joe Biden delivers remarks on the debt ceiling during an event in the State Dining Room of the White House, Monday, Oct. 4 in Washington. 

President Joe Biden provides remarks on the financial debt ceiling throughout an function in the State Dining Room of the White House, Monday, Oct. 4 in Washington. 
(WHD Photograph/Evan Vucci)

The original tweet drew intense criticism from other Twitter people, who pointed out that there was a COVID-19 vaccine out there when Biden took workplace on Jan. 20, 2021.

President Biden even shared a photo of himself getting his to start with dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on Dec. 21, 2020. 

On Friday night, the White Household tweeted that its initial tweet “misstated that vaccines were being unavailable in January 2021.”

“We formerly misstated that vaccines were being unavailable in January 2021. We need to have claimed that they ended up not widely obtainable. Vaccines turned available shortly ahead of the President came into business office. Since then, he’s dependable for completely vaccinating over 200 million individuals,” the tweet from Friday evening states.



( Photo by Jonathan Newton /The Washington Write-up by way of Getty Illustrations or photos)

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Though the White Household corrected its tweet, the original edition which states that there was “no vaccine offered” when President Biden took place of work remains on the social media system and has not been deleted.

Some Twitter users obtained a disclaimer stating that other audience have “included context” to the White Residence tweet, but that was only portion of a “pilot method” staying tested with a “smaller team of individuals. 

WHD News’ Brian Flood contributed to this report.

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