Trump accuses Pfizer of delaying vaccine announcement until after election

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    Donald Trump reiterated on Friday the false claim that he won the election and accused pharmaceutical companies of strategically delaying their announcements about a coronavirus vaccine because of his support for reducing medicine costs and in order to hurt his re-election efforts. ‘We had big pharma against us,’ Trump said at a news conference during which he accused Pfizer of waiting over a month to announce details about its coronavirus vaccine test results.

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