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Trump May Reject Tougher F.D.A. Vaccine Standards, Calling Them ‘Political’

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 23 September 2020
In suggesting he might reject tougher guidelines, President Trump once again undermined efforts by government scientists to bolster public confidence in their work.
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