Trump contradicts CDC director on Covid-19 vaccines after Biden slams president’s promises

President Donald Trump claimed Wednesday that a Covid-19 vaccine could be ready for distribution as early as mid-October — hours after the head of the CDC testified it likely wouldn’t be ready until the end of the year and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden voiced concerns he was putting politics ahead of safety.

“We’re all set to distribute immediately. We are set to — it could be in October, or in November. It could be later than that, but I think it will be in October,”…

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