Putin Offers His Untested Vaccine to Trump

Vladimir Putin announced today that he, and he alone, has The Vaccine that scientists all over the world have been in intense competition to develop.


But there’s only one problem: it has not completed the required clinical trials: "Coronavirus Live Updates: Russia Approves a Vaccine Before Completing Trials,"



Reminds us here at AP of Sputnik in 1957, which launched the Race to Space.


So we sent our Moscow-based correspondent, associate solitary reporter Foma Kheroshonsky, to the Kremlin, to ask Putin if he has any plans as to who would be the first outside Russia to benefit — after one of his adult daughters received it.


“Foma, that’s easy,” Putin said. “Of course, it will be my close personal friend Donald Trump — the man I succeeded in getting to the White House in 2016.”


As soon as associate solitary reporter Johanna Jones, who is with Trump 24/7, heard about Putin’s offer, she asked White House Physician Sean Conley if that was a good idea.


“Johanna,” Dr. Conley said, “Mr. Trump makes his own decisions, but if he were to ask me for my advice, I would say no, and I am sure that Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, who runs  the WHO, would

agree — problem is, Johanna, Mr. Trump won’t have anything to do with the WHO."