Kamala Harris Does Not Trust Donald Trump With Coronavirus Vaccine
Donald Trump Wants An Apology From ‘Most Liberal’ Kamala Harris For Vaccine Remark Against Him!: Kamala Harris recently fired shots at Trump for his coronavirus management which has been under scrutiny. She also said that any virus coming early from Trump must not be trusted as long as medical experts endorse it as a safe vaccine. She feels Trump might desperately release a vaccine to benefit his election campaign. Kamala said:
“I would not trust his word. I would trust the word of public health experts and scientists, but not Donald Trump.”
Her partner for the election, Joe Biden also carries a similar opinion.
Joe Biden To Take Vaccine Only If Declared Safe
Joe Biden in the past has said that he would only take a vaccine they declare it as a safe one by health and medical experts. He even claimed that he is ready to help Trump in this even if it means losing the US elections.
Trump is putting all the effort to get a vaccine in hand before elections as he wants to win the support of the people. However, medical experts have insisted that a vaccine before November seems close to impossible.
Donald Trump Seeks Apology From Joe Biden And Kamala Harris
During his recent press conference, Donald Trump asked Joe and Kamala to apologize for what they said regarding the vaccine. Trump is hopeful of a vaccine in record time even though everyone around him is not so sure about it. He said:
“Biden and his very liberal running mate – the most liberal person in Congress, by the way, is not a competent person, in my opinion, would destroy this country and would destroy this economy – should immediately apologize for the reckless anti-vaccine rhetoric that they are talking right now.”
News Reports Claim Donald Trump Trying To Speed Up Vaccine Development
Donald Trump is trying hard and pressurizing the concerned officials regarding the development of vaccines. These allegations also surfaced because of a notice from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to governors that asked them to prepare for vaccine distribution before November 1.