Kamala Harris says she wouldn't trust Trump on safety of Covid vaccine before election
Saturday, 5 September 2020
Kamala Harris said that she would not trust Donald Trump’s word on the safety of any coronavirus vaccine approved for use in America before the November election. In an interview with CNN – excerpts of which were released on Saturday – the Democratic vice-presidential nominee warned of the potential for political interference by the US president over the approval of a coronavirus vaccine in order to boost his re-election chances. Related: The bleak Covid winter? America still not on course to beat back the virus Asked if she would personally take any vaccine given the green light in the US before the November poll, Harris replied: “I will say that I would not trust Donald Trump and it would...
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