As UK residents get vaccinated against the Covid-19 vaccine, late-night hosts Trevor Noah and Jimmy Kimmel referred theirs to President Donald Trump on Tuesday night as they slammed the former star of reality TV for its vaccine deployment plans.
The New York Times reported on Monday that the White House had missed a chance to get more doses of Pfizer vaccine for Americans. A $ 1.95 billion deal now passed on to secure more doses of the Covid-19 vaccine to Americans who need them means a longer wait and a surplus for other countries.
“It might sound like a stupid decision by Trump, but if you take a moment to think about it you will realize that it was a really stupid decision by Trump,” The daily show the host said Tuesday night.
Late-night hosts take photos of Trump’s continued efforts to challenge election results, Rudy Giuliani’s coronavirus diagnosis
During his “Keeping Up with Corona” segment, Noah not only expressed his continued disappointment with states’ handling of the Covid-19 pandemic, which is rampant across the country; he praised the various foreclosure practices from other countries around the world. He pointed out that the South African authorities are literally calling out people improperly wearing their masks and India’s physical sanctions.
In India, those caught with their masks on anywhere except the mouth and nose are ordered to exercise in public. In the streets, officials perform sit-ups, push-ups and more.
“I’d rather put a mask on my face than exercise in public like all my grade school nightmares,” Noah joked. “Pull your mask down and then think you know you have a personal trainer. ”
Kimmel also made Trump’s decision to pass on Pfizer’s offer, criticizing the president’s confused new executive order on Operation Warp Speed, which appears to confuse even officials on the team. the Jimmy Kimmel and direct The host also mocked the latest Covid-19 case in Trump’s tight circle. Jenna Ellis, another Trump lawyer testifying against the 2020 election results, has been tested for the coronavirus, months after questioning the legitimacy of the Covid-19 virus.
“I’m starting to think the virus has a sense of humor around all of this,” Kimmel joked.
See the late night segments below.