When asked about the exact date a coronavirus vaccine might be ready, Trump said, "Sooner than the end of the year, could be much sooner".
Earlier, the president, who has voted by mail in Florida, told Fox News that state's system is more trustworthy because it has had "two good governors".
Twitter also suspended the Trump campaign's account after they posted video of Trump from that same interview, showing him making the comment about children's immunity. "The account owner will be required to remove the Tweet before they can Tweet again".
Children are not immune, nearly or otherwise, to the coronavirus.
In the clip, which was tweeted by the Trump campaign and shared on Mr. Trump's personal Twitter account, the president repeated his demand that schools reopen in the fall.
UA to resume in-person classes in phases
The University will implement a phased return to the Athens campus this fall and a hybrid approach for regional campuses. Testing protocols at each private college and university will be a key component in the reopening process.
Trump boasted in the early months of the pandemic that the US had performed more coronavirus tests than South Korea, a country that was widely praised for its aggressive response to the pandemic. "It would be the easiest from the standpoint of security", Trump said during a phone interview with "Fox & Friends".
"Covid-19 can look different in different people", it states.
On Monday night, HBO aired US President Donald Trump's interview with Axios's national political correspondent Jonathan Swan. These numbers coming the same time Dr. Birx says the pandemic has entered a new widespread phase across the country.
President Donald Trump on Thursday said that a vaccine may be produced ahead of the United States presidential election on November 3 - a more optimistic timeline than given by his top infectious diseases doctor.
"The Tweet you referenced is in violation of the Twitter Rules on COVID-19 misinformation".
"Another day, another display of Silicon Valley's flagrant bias against this President, where the rules are only enforced in one direction", she added. Both social-media companies have policies that forbid sharing misleading information about the coronavirus that could cause people harm.