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Can't trust Trump on any vaccine released before election_ Kamala Harris

Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris attacked President Donald Trump for his fake promises that the coronavirus vaccine would be available by the end of October. Trump remarks come a day after the top health officials confirmed that the chances of vaccine availability in October are negligible. Responding to Trump's claims, Kamala Harris said that she wouldn't trust Trump's words on the availability of any coronavirus vaccine that gets released before the elections in November. As per a promo of her upcoming interview with CNN, the California Senator said - "I will say that I would not trust Donald Trump. But I would trust a credible source who can confirm that a vaccine released can be safe for Americans."

Further, Harris was worried about Trump contradicting his own health officials' information in the middle of a pandemic. Trump's inability to handle the coronavirus crisis has led to the deaths of more than 118,000 Americans from the beginning of this year. Speaking about the scientists and health experts, Harris said - "If the past is prologue, they will be muzzled and suppressed. Scientists and health experts will be sidelined as he is gearing up for the election coming up in less two months. Trump uses every way that is available to pretend that he has been a great leader while actually, he is not." Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden also questioned the inconsistent approach towards the crisis by the Trump administration. Biden further warned that it could strengthen American's skepticism on safe usage of the vaccine.

"We have lost confidence in what the Trump administration has said and done to stop the virus's spread," Biden said on Wednesday. Although the CDC informed the states to prepare for the smooth distribution of a vaccine by November, there is very little chance for a vaccine to be made available by that time. The head of the government's vaccine accelerator program, Moncef Slaoui, confirmed in his interview with NPR that it was very unlikely to have a vaccine reviewed and approved by the Food and Drug Administration by the end of October or by early November.

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