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Biden says he trusts scientists on vaccine but ‘I don’t trust Donald Trump’

Biden says he trusts scientists on vaccine but ‘I don’t trust Donald Trump’

The former vice president spoke hours after the Trump administration announced plans for the eventual rollout of a coronavirus vaccine for all Americans.

Ahead of the former vice president’s speech on Wednesday, the Trump campaign held a press call entitled, "Joe Biden's Coronavirus Vaccine Fearmongering."

And he vowed, “I’m elected president, I’ll begin by implementing an effective distribution plan from the minute I take office.”

The former vice president -- speaking as the national death toll from the coronavirus was nearly 200,000 people -- pointed to projections by health experts that cases and deaths from COVID-19 will spike in November.

And spotlighting the president’s comments Tuesday night during a town hall on ABC News, Biden charged that all the president offered “was the same weak and feckless inaction, the same lies and empty promises that we’ve seen from the very beginning.

Source: www.foxnews.com
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