The “New Day” co-anchor slammed Hannity’s show as “propaganda hour” and berated the pair for pushing conspiracy theories. “This is what they discuss literally from a retirement home in Florida,” she said.
However, Keilar did find one possible upside from the conversation.
“If there is anything newsworthy from this mean girl group chat, it is Donald Trump telling his skeptical supporters, whose vaccine hesitancy may prevent the U.S. from reaching herd immunity in the mass casualty way, to get vaccinated,” she said.
Trump and former first lady Melania Trump reportedly quietly got vaccinated in January, and were criticized for not talking publicly about getting their shots. Polling has indicated that Republicans are more hesitant to get a COVID-19 vaccine than Democrats.
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