New England Journal of Medicine slams current U.S. political leaders over COVID-19

CGTN published this video item, entitled “New England Journal of Medicine slams current U.S. political leaders over COVID-19” – below is their description.

For more: https://www.cgtn.com/video The New England Journal of Medicine has posted an editorial blasting the failures of U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration on the coronavirus. It says Americans should vote them out in November. The editors write that the U.S. has failed a crucial test of leadership during the pandemic. The editorial lambastes U.S. leadership over the politicization of masks and for politicizing the development of a vaccine. Earlier, CGTN spoke with Dr. Gary Richwald, an infectious disease expert based in Los Angeles, about the significance.

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