Washington Post health policy reporter Yasmeen Abutaleb and Dr. Jeanne Marrazzo, Director of the Division of Infectious Diseases at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, health policy reporter at The Washington Post, about the COVID pandemic and vaccines.
Greta Van Susteren interviews Boyan Slat, CEO and founder of The Ocean Cleanup, and Janice Brahney, Assistant Professor at Utah State University, about plastics and microplastics in the oceans and in the air
“You have to basically put enough pressure on folks to let them know that, ‘hey, this is unacceptable that we get nothing done,’” said Democratic Rep. Gottheimer. “It's unacceptable right now to go home for Christmas with nothing for the American people.”
Dr. Fauci on whether vaccine development has been affected by politics: “It’s all noise. It’s totally been immune. We’ve done exactly what we would have done if we were not in a very divisive situation, if it were not in an election year.”
On the President’s re-election chances, Sen. Blunt said we shouldn't discount the “unique way” Mr. Trump has communicated with Americans: “It doesn't show up in polling, but it does show up at the ballot box.”
“The bid and the offer has come together,” said Kudlow after stating President Trump had signed off on a revised stimulus plan. “Perhaps by the middle of next week the whole thing could be completed and the execution stage will kick in,” said Kudlow.
“Yes, it’s possible,” says Dr. Tom Frieden on whether President Trump could have infected Vice President Biden during Tuesday’s debate. “We know that the volume of speech increases the spread of the virus.”