A public service announcement urging people to get vaccinated came out recently with clips featuring former United States Presidents. However, notably absent from the series of clips were former president Donald Trump and former First Lady Melania Trump.

Among those who appeared to include Barrack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter. All were urging viewers to take the shot when they can. But some former U.S. presidents were with their wives such as Laura Bush, Michelle Obama, Hilary Clinton and Rosalynn Carter.

However, most could not help but notice the absence of the Trumps. The U.S. Ad Council did not address the absence of Donald and Melania Trump from the series of videos. Efforts to reach the former First Couple were also made but proved futile.

Regardless, it was reported by Politico that former U.S. President Donald Trump did get vaccinated last week. He was pleased with it and even urged Americans to go and get their shots.

It appears Donald and Melania Trump had got their vaccines before they formally left the White House in January. Both got the coronavirus in October, a reason why the former U.S. president spent three nights in the hospital. It is believed that Trump had an even more serious case of the virus that was initially reported.

Beyond the COVID issue and vaccinations, it remains that Trump is still far from accepting defeat. The 74-year-old has been under fire the last months, particularly tied to the U.S. Capitol attacks in January. Since leaving the White House, Trump has been keeping a low profile although he has found other ways to inform people not to forget what he contributed during his regime.

As for Joe Biden, the goal of administering 100 million vaccine doses moving forward continues. COVID-related deaths continue to rise, not to mention new infections as well. Roughly 275 million U.S. adults are expected to receive the coronavirus vaccine by May.

US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump
US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump Getty Images | MANDEL NGAN / AFP

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