Trump Suggests Coronavirus Vaccine Will Be VoluntaryChris Menahan
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Make of this what you will.
President Trump has stated that a future coronavirus vaccine will be voluntary.
However, President Trump did allay concerns about a mandatory vaccine on Friday, saying that the new vaccine would be for those "who want to get it," adding, "Not everyone is going to want to get it."It sounded to me like Trump's comments were off-the-cuff as opposed to an official policy.
I like many others voted for Trump because, among other reasons, he said he would create a vaccine safety commission and appoint Robert Kennedy Jr. as the head of it.
As with much of what Trump ran on, he never followed through.
RFK Jr said in an interview in January that Trump got a $1 million contribution from Pfizer towards his inauguration "immediately after" their meeting and then he "took people who were vaccine lobbyists [and] appointed them to the highest positions at CDC and HHS and we were cut off."
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Trump also just appointed Big Pharma exec Moncef Slaoui to head "Operation Warp Speed" to rush out a vaccine in months despite the risk it could massively backfire.
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