Jen Psaki says Trump doesn't need an 'embroidered invitation' to aid in vaccination efforts

The White House doesn't seem to care who aids in nationwide vaccine promotion efforts — so long as they don't sit around and wait to be asked.

When pressed as to whether President Biden would ever call on former President Donald Trump for his help in getting people vaccinated, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said Biden shouldn't have to.

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Brigid Kennedy

Brigid Kennedy worked at The Week from 2021 to 2023 as a staff writer, junior editor and then story editor, with an interest in U.S. politics, the economy and the music industry.