'I trust scientists, I trust vaccines, I don't trust Trump': Biden suggests White House is trying to rush coronavirus treatment.

Iran PressAmerica: Joe Biden has accused Donald Trump and the White House of speeding up the coronavirus vaccine for political purposes, adding the American people should not trust the administration, according to the Independent

This accusation, which has been made multiple times by the Democratic presidential candidate amid the coronavirus pandemic, was said it again during a town hall on Wednesday. 

“I trust vaccines, I trust scientists, but I don’t trust Donald Trump. And at this moment, the American people can’t either,” Mr Biden said. 

“Scientific breakthroughs don’t care about calendars any more than the virus does," he added. "They certainly don’t adhere to election cycles. And their timing, their approval, and their distribution should never, ever be distorted by political considerations." 

A reporter asked Biden why the public should trust him if he were elected, as he has consistently said for voters question the sitting president’s actions when it comes to the pandemic. 

“I’m saying trust the scientists. Trust the scientists," he said. “It’s one thing for Donald Trump to say the vaccine is safe. OK. Then give it to the board of scientists. Have total transparency.” 

These comments come as Trump and Republicans have accused the presidential challenger and the Democratic Party of boasting anti-vaccine rhetoric in the last couple of months as multiple coronavirus vaccine trials enter Phase 3.


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