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CNN 8 Oct 2020

'Flood the streets': Scientist reveals the White House note that made him speak out

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Rick Bright, the ousted director of the office involved in developing a coronavirus vaccine, explains to CNN's Jake Tapper why he is speaking out against the Trump administration.


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