Mike Pence weighs in on coronavirus vaccine timeline
Vice President Mike Pence joins Martha MacCallum to weigh in on the coronavirus vaccine and 2020 election. #FoxNews
Moderna's CEO says interim results are expected next month from a large clinical trial of the company's coronavirus vaccine -- one of several vaccines in the final phase of testing. If all goes well, the FDA could authorize emergency use by the end of the year. Internal medicine specialist and immunologist Dr. Neeta Ogden joined CBSN to weigh in on the latest developments. President Trump has been publicly disputing the statements of his top medical advisers about the coronavirus vaccine timeline, as he faces more criticism from a former task force aide. CBS News White House correspondent Weijia Jiang joins CBSN to explain the latest developments. President Trump said he thought the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Dr. Robert Redfield, was "confused" when he testified before senators earlier in the day that a coronavirus vaccine won't reach the general public until around the summer of 2021. During the same press conference, Dr. Scott Atlas, one of Mr. Trump's advisers, said the administration expected to have hundreds of millions of doses of a vaccine produced by the end of March. Watch their remarks. VP Mike Pence spoke about the Amy Coney Barrett hearings during a rally in Grand Rapids, MI on Wednesday.