WATCH: UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock’s Weird COVID Interview Still Has Everyone Talking

WATCH: UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock’s Weird COVID Interview Still Has Everyone Talking
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The Internet is still roasting the UK's health secretary for an interview he gave about the coronavirus vaccine in which he appeared to cry. “Matt Hancock forgot the golden rule of pretending to cry on national television,” one tweeter noted, “which is to produce at least one discernible tear.”

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