Biden rejected Trump's claim that the COVID-19 vaccine imminent


Republican presidential candidate Joe Biden on Thursday blatantly violated President Donald Trump's suggestion that a vaccine against the coronavirus could be available in just weeks, warning Americans to trust the president's word. Cannot do it

Biden rejected Trump's claim that the COVID-19 vaccine imminent


"The idea that a vaccine is being developed tomorrow and that everything will be fine tomorrow is not just rational, it's not reasonable," Biden said during a CNN town hall in Mosaic, Pennsylvania.

Trump reiterated on Wednesday that a virus vaccine could be ready for distribution before the November 3 election.

Most health professionals, including Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, say the vaccine will not be widely available until mid-2021.

Trump has accused Biden of spreading "anti-vaccine rhetoric"; while Biden has insisted, he will listen to scientists rather than the president on vaccine safety.

It was the first town hall-style broadcast since Biden accepted the Democratic nomination for president last month, giving viewers a rare opportunity to see answers to questions he had successfully won in November. Expected

The cable network called the event a "drive in town hall": participants parked their cars outside a modest league baseball stadium to make sure they were safely away from each other.

Biden spent most of the evening fighting the epidemic, in which the president himself admitted to journalist Bob Woodward that he had deliberately reduced the death toll.

"He knew it. He knew it and did nothing," Biden said. "It's close to the culprit."

Trump later said he was trying to avoid unnecessary panic.

Biden said he did not have the authority to enforce the national mask mandate, recalling his comments on Wednesday in which he advised the president to wear a mask legally during a national emergency. It may be necessary, but he criticized Trump for questioning the usefulness of the niqab and called on every governor to do the same.

Biden also took advantage of the sequence of events near Stratton’s birthplace, comparing his upbringing in a working-class city to Trump's "Park Avenue." Let's talk

"Boys like me were the first in my family to go to college ... we're so good," he said. "And guys like Trump, who inherited everything and inherited everything from them, are the people I always have a problem with - not the ones who are cutting their necks."

He said he would accept the results of the November election, a position that Trump has refused to accept amid his baseless claims that the ballot is widely used due to epidemics. But it will lead to deception.

Electoral experts say voter fraud is rare in the United States, where postal voting is a long-standing process in many states.

For most of the summer, Biden hosted the most virtual events from his home in Delaware, criticizing Trump for being "invisible." But Biden took advantage of the national referendum against Trump, as epidemics badly affected Trump's position among voters.

In recent weeks, Biden has campaigned again in other states, but he has been wary of participants other than reporters and invites guests to the coronavirus.

Trump, who has returned to hold large-scale rallies, joined ABC Town Hall earlier this week with undivided voters who defended his administration's response to the outbreak. What was?

Covid-19 has killed more than 195,000 people in the United States, the most in any country.

Both Biden and Trump will travel to Minnesota on Friday, the first day of the preliminary vote.


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