Candace Owens attacks Trump from the right on vaccines | and more stories…

Conservative commentator Candace Owens made some comments about President Trump that might raise eyebrows in conservative circles.

The Daily Mail reports:

Owens is asking that conservatives go easy on Trump because he is ‘too old’ to do ‘independent research’ on vaccines following an interview where he encouraged vaccinations and said he’d gotten a COVID booster.

The conservative pundit reached out to her followers in an Instagram video posted after her Wednesday interview with former president Donald Trump and told them that Trump, 75, only praised vaccines because he is not savvy enough to do better research.

This comes after Trump pushed back against Owens anti-vaccine rhetoric during an interview that aired earlier this week.

The reality is that there is room for disagreement about the vaccine among conservatives. Do you agree with Candace or Trump?

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