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Pete Buttigieg on Political Interference

Will Coronavirus Vaccine Be Free From Political Interference?

Undoubtedly, the handling of coronavirus has turned political, but as the world searches for a vaccine, will it survive political interference?  Pete Buttigieg hopes the vaccine is handled medically and not politically.

‘’A safe, effective vaccine can’t come soon enough. The sooner that happens, the better chance we have of being able to get this virus. Put it under control and just have our lives back,’’ he said.

The Joe Biden campaign surrogate said he’s specifically worried about this interference since Trump mixes politics in public health. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris also expressed concern in the reliability of a vaccine under President Donald Trump.

Donald Trump is reportedly bad at keeping promises about delivering something at a date fixed by him. A case in point, Trump promised to deliver a health care plan in two weeks. But actually made this promise six weeks ago.

Buttigieg condemned Trump over stuffing his supporters in a room without masks risking their lives. He compared Trump and Biden saying the two are contenders because Biden would never do such a thing.

He said this is a way of showing a fundamental level of disrespect to one’s own supporters.

‘’You set a certain tone when you lead people to a certain place. And if you lead people to danger, you bear some responsibility for that,’’ Buttigieg said.

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