Former President Donald Trump revealed on Sunday he got the COVID-19 booster shot, much to the ire of some of his supporters.

Trump spoke with political commentator Bill O'Reilly in Dallas, Texas, when asked if he had received the booster shot against COVID-19. Trump simply responded, "Yes," resulting in several people in the audience booing at him, according to No Spin News.

"Aw, don't don't don't," Trump said, waving his hand. "That's a — there's a very tiny group over there."


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The former president was speaking with O'Reilly on the Trump/O'Reilly History Tour. During their discussion, Trump was asked if he would change his style if he ran for president again. Trump turned to the crowd and asked if he should, to which the crowd shouted, "No!"

Trump getting booed on Sunday was not a first for him in regards to the COVID-19 vaccine. At an Alabama rally on Aug. 21, he received some boos from the crowd when he recommended getting vaccinated against the disease, according to NBC News.

President Joe Biden gave Trump credit on Dec. 3 for his work in developing COVID-19 vaccines before he left office. The former president said back in October if he were still in office, he would not have to mandate the vaccine and would instead convince the public to take it voluntarily.

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At least 72.8% of U.S. residents have received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, with 61.4% fully vaccinated. About 29.5% of U.S. residents have received a booster shot against the virus, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.