New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has repeatedly questioned President Trump’s political motives regarding a coronavirus vaccine and its credibility under his leadership. The Democratic governor has also called for an independent review of the vaccine’s safety and effectiveness before its release. In a series of televised interviews on Friday, Cuomo claimed Americans don’t trust the president after Trump threatened to withhold a potential coronavirus vaccine from New Yorkers.During remarks in the Rose Garden, Trump said a vaccine will be widely available by April, “with the exception of places like New York state, where for political reasons the governor decided to say … he wants to take his time with the vaccine. He doesn’t trust where the vaccine is coming from.”Hours after Trump’s remarks, the Democratic governor doubled down in media appearances Friday evening, stressing to MSNBC’s Katy Tur that he trusts the companies working on the vaccine, just not the White House.He told CNN’s Anderson Cooper: “To the extent, there is skepticism about Trump and distrust of Trump and a belief that Trump politicized the public health process, which he did, that he politicized the NIH [The National Institutes of Health] and the CDC [Centers for Disease Control and Prevention] and the FDA [Food and Drug Administration], which he did, and

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