ABC News - World News Tonight with David Muir


Sep 16, 2020 Hurricane Sally slams the U.S. Gulf Coast with heavy rain, winds, and wide-spread flooding. President Trump openly contradicts the CDC Director on vaccines, offering his own timeline as to when one could be available. The President saying Dr. Robert Redfield, the Head of the CDC, made "a mistake" during his congressional testimony, after Redfield said most Americans may not get a COVID-19 vaccine until next year. A top Trump official at the Department of Health and Human Services announces a leave of absence, following a disturbing social media post. And the Big Ten reverses course and says they will play football this fall.

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