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News24.com | WATCH | 'I don't trust Donald Trump' - Joe Biden warns against rushing out coronavirus vaccine

News24 Thursday, 17 September 2020
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has rejected President Donald Trump's charge that he is spreading fear about the safety of a potential coronavirus vaccine, urging Trump to defer to scientists and not rush its rollout.
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News video: Donald Trump slams Joe Biden and praises vaccine developments

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Donald Trump slams Joe Biden at a rally in Wisconsin and praises the country'sefforts in finding a vaccine that will be delivered 'by the end of the year'.

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