Parton said she had heard about the award from President Joe Biden, but was unsure whether she would accept it.
Dolly Parton said she was offered the Presidential Medal of Freedom by former President Donald Trump’s administration on two separate occasions, but according to a report both requests were turned down.
Parton, 75, made the revelation during an interview on “Today with Hoda and Jenna”, which will air on Tuesday morning.
“I can’t accept it because my husband was ill and then he asked me about it again and I wouldn’t travel because of COVID,” she said.
The whole is partly a hatwarming story of people who have always been used for every person.
Parton said he heard about the award from President Joe Biden – the nation’s highest civilian honor.
In April, the nine-time Grammy-winning cast shared that they donated $ 1 million to research being done at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tenn.
After more than seven months, it was revealed that during direct testing of donations made by Parton and work by researchers at Vanderbilt, Modern announced that it had produced a coronavirus virus vaccine that was about 95% effective.
Her fans credited her with helping him fix the virus.
He said, “If I think I take it, I’m doing politics, so I’m not sure.” But I don’t work for those awards, “he commented on the offer from Biden. Good, but I’m not sure I deserve it either. But people think I can deserve it, it’s a nice compliment. “
Dolly’s other fanatic wrote on 67: ‘We will always be in our country’.
The “Here You Come Again” singer celebrated her 75th birthday last month, but tragedy struck on January 21 with the death of her brother Randy Parton.
The news of Randy’s demise came years after his other brother Floyd Estelle Parton died in 2018.
Last month, New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick refused to receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom from Trump, breaking up from a friendship with billionaire business Mogul.
Granthshala News’ Andy Sahdev, Tyler McCarthy, and Ryan Gedos contributed to this report