Trump to Joe Rogan: ‘Stop apologizing’ amid vaccine misinformation row

In the wake of a backlash against Spotify for spreading Covid disinformation on his platform, Donald Trump has advised renowned podcast presenter Joe Rogan not to back down.

Mr. Trump told the presenter to “stop apologizing” and blamed the media and Democrats for making him seem “weak and afraid.”

Joe Rogan is an intriguing and popular person,” the former president stated in a letter, “but he has to quit apologizing to Fake News and Radical Left maniacs and lunatics.”

Trump to Joe Rogan: 'Stop apologizing' amid vaccine misinformation row

Meanwhile, after a major peak weeks ago, more US states are removing obligatory mask-wearing requirements in public settings for vaccinated persons, with the incidence of new infections plummeting by more than two-thirds.

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Mask requirements at schools have been repealed in Connecticut, Delaware, New Jersey, and Oregon, while state-wide mask laws have been repealed in Pennsylvania and California.

Meanwhile, incidences in the United Kingdom have decreased by 25% in only one week. On Tuesday, the UK recorded 66,183 new cases, down from 89,015 the previous Tuesday.

And, according to a recent analysis by a legal advocacy organization, the list of corporations getting “VIP” treatment for Covid contracts is considerably longer than Boris Johnson’s administration previously disclosed.

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