Trump hugs his adoring grandchildren after they attend his rally,
Trump hugs his adoring grandchildren after they attend his rally
President Trump looked every inch the adoring grandfather as he hugged his grandchildren following a raucous rally in Pennsylvania last night.
The President was rushed by granddaughter Arabella Kushner, nine, and her younger brother Joseph, six, as he stepped off the stage at Moon Township in a moment that was captured by waiting photographers.
The scene, which appeared to be carefully planned, painted the commander-in-chief, 74, in a softer, family-friendly light following a tough-talking address in which he taunted Democratic rival Joe Biden and boasted about his first-term achievements to a crowd of more than 1,000 supporters.
It was a family affair for the president with daughter Ivanka, elegantly dressed in a cream coat and matching nude heels, lending her support from the side of the stage with her husband Jared and their children.
Ivanka beamed and clapped as her father spoke from the podium after joining him briefly in front of the crowd.
The moment echoed shots of JFK and his wife Jackie, who often included their children in their public outings.
Covid vaccine questions answered – when you can hug again and if you need proof of jab
After my gran has had both her jabs and once lockdown has ended, can I go and see her?
Yes, says Dr Tildesley, once the ban on household mixing is lifted, but you will still need to take precautions.
“Vaccines aren’t 100 per cent effective, so if somebody who is in the vulnerable category has had their jab it massively reduces their likelihood of developing symptoms, but it doesn’t reduce it to zero.
“Your gran may be one of the small number of people who won’t get protection from the vaccine.
“There will still be a risk until enough people have had the vaccine so that everyone’s protected.”
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What’s the evidence about delaying the second dose of the vaccine for 12 weeks?
Dr Tildesley says: “There’s pretty good evidence with the Oxford vaccine that you actually get a slightly higher level of immunity after the second dose if it’s delayed for 12 weeks.
“There’s more uncertainly with the Pfizer vaccine in terms of the delay, but we know there is some level of immunity after the first dose, and that ramps up after the second. That’s why we would advise everyone to take precautions between that first and second dose.”
Will I need to show proof of my vaccine to travel abroad?
“It’s possible that some countries will require proof of vaccination before allowing you to travel there but this will vary from country to country,” says Prof Majeed.