Joe Biden on Vaccine Hesitance: ‘We’ve Got to Restore Faith in Government’

‘You’ve got to get people to the point where they trust government’


BIDEN: "Well, I think you’re going to — it’s going to seem like a non-answer to start with. One of the things I said when I ran for office, it's not a Democrat/Republican again — is we've got to restore faith in government. You've got to get people to the point where they trust government. And I made a commitment that, when I made a mistake, I'd tell you. And I've made mistakes. And when I think I got it right, I'll say it. But I'll take responsibility for what I do and say. Part of it is just generally —
No, I don't mean that — part of it is just generally raising confidence in elected officials. Raising confidence.” 

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