President Donald Trump is doubling down on his claim that the new flu shot is safe and he thinks that the flu shot might contain an ingredient.
“This could be something that could be deadly,” Trump said at the White House press briefing on Friday.
“There’s no reason to think that that’s the case.
We’re going to get to the bottom of it.”
Trump has previously said that he believes the flu vaccine is safe, and he added that the CDC has confirmed it is.
But he also told reporters Friday that he does not know the exact contents of the flu jab, saying only that the manufacturer has assured him it is “not harmful.”
“We know that it’s not dangerous,” Trump told reporters.
“But we have to look at it very carefully.
We are not sure what the ingredients are.”
Trump is facing backlash from the medical community and the media for his comments.
The CDC has already said the flu shots are not likely to contain an influenza ingredient, saying the shots are designed to protect against the flu.
And it has said that the vaccine is likely safe.
“It’s been known for years that flu vaccines don’t contain influenza ingredients,” Dr. Mark Adelman, a vaccine expert and associate professor of medicine at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, told Fox News in March.
“And we’ve been saying that for years.
We’ve been putting it out there.
We were on the front pages of the New York Times, the Washington Post, and other places.
And people are still saying it.”
But Adelman said the CDC is not able to definitively say if there is an influenza vaccine ingredient.
“We don’t have enough data to say that the vaccines contain an actual influenza ingredient,” he said.
“That’s one of the reasons that the FDA and CDC do a lot of safety studies of their own to see if they can find a real influenza ingredient.
But the FDA has a pretty good track record of finding real influenza ingredients.
It’s not like there is a virus in there.”
A statement from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Friday said that it is reviewing the statements from Trump.
The statement read, “The U.S. Centers for Diseases Control and Protection (CDC)’s influenza vaccine is not designed to kill or cause illness.
This includes vaccines that contain adjuvants, which have been shown to protect the vaccine against the coronaviruses coronavirocovirus (COVID-19) and influenza A (H1N1) viruses.
Vaccines containing adjuvanted influenza ingredients have been proven safe in humans, as have vaccines containing natural ingredients that have been found to be safe.”
Dr. David Heymann, a researcher at Johns Hopkins University and the director of the vaccine safety project at Johns Johns Hopkins, told Breitbart News on Friday that the claims about the flu vaccines are “very misleading and misleading at this point.
I would say it’s extremely unlikely that the influenza vaccine will contain any influenza ingredients.”
But Dr. Andrew Kolodny, a professor of epidemiology and immunology at Yale University, said that Trump is exaggerating.
“The flu vaccine has been around for years and is safe,” KolodNY said.
“[But] if you’re saying that there are ingredients in there that could possibly cause a real virus infection, you’re not talking about the influenza virus, you are talking about something else.”
Trump also made a statement in April, saying that he would ask Congress to consider a bill that would require mandatory flu vaccines to be given to people who have not received one before.
The legislation was never introduced.
The CDC says the flu vaccination is not a mandatory one.