This past Thursday, President Trump teased that a coronavirus vaccine could be arriving in the United States before the November election.
President Trump recently spoke on the Geraldo Rivera radio program and was asked when he thinks a coronavirus vaccine will be arriving in the United States. Trump said that a vaccine could be arriving "sooner than the end of the year, could be much sooner". To that response, Trump was asked if that would be sooner than November 3rd?, and Trump answered by saying, "I think in some cases, yes possible before, but right around that time."
Trump was then asked if he was pushing out the coronavirus vaccine to help him in the November elections, to which he responded by saying, "It wouldn't hurt. But I'm doing it, not for the election; I want to save a lot of lives." Trump is offering a very optimistic approach to the timeline of the coronavirus vaccines being in development, which isn't reflected by his other White House health officials. Dr. Fauci says that corners will not be cut in developing a vaccine and that he's cautiously optimistic about one vaccine arriving before the end of the year.
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