Trump says health chief ‘mistaken’ to say vaccine won’t be widely available until mid-2021

Donald Trump said his Centers for Disease Control and Prevention director “made a mistake” because he was “confused” when he told lawmakers on Wednesday that a coronavirus vaccine won’t be widely distributed until next spring.

“He misunderstood the question, probably,” the president told reporters at the White House, of Robert Redfield’s Senate testimony.

Mr Trump said he “got the impression” that Mr Redfield did not mean to say what he said earlier in the day.

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