"In both meetings he asked me if vaccines were not a bad thing because I was considering a commission to investigate the harmful effects of vaccines," Gates said. "And someone, Robert Kennedy Jr., was advising him that vaccines were causing bad things and I said," No, that's a dead end, that would be a bad thing, do not do that. "
There were laughter and moans from the audience after Gates added: "On both occasions he wanted to know the difference between HIV and HPV, so I could explain that these things are rarely confused."
Human papillomavirus (HPV)) is the most common sexually transmitted infection, affecting 79 million Americans, mostly in their teens and early 20s, and can cause health problems, including cancer . The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) weakens the immune system and destroys important cells that fight diseases and infections and can lead to AIDS. There are vaccines for HPV but there is no known cure for HIV.
Gates also revealed that Trump was talking about himself in the third person.
"When I got into his first sentence, he kind of kicked me in. He said," Trump hears you do not like what Trump is doing. "And I thought:" Wow, but you're Trump. " .
Hayes told viewers: "We have communicated with the [Gates] Foundation, of course, to comment, but have not yet received an answer."