Coronavirus Czar Mike Pence Criticized For Handling Of Indiana HIV Outbreak
On Wednesday, President Donald Trump tapped Vice President Mike Pence to lead the effort in protecting America from the coronavirus outbreak. Since the announcement, critics have recalled the vice president's controversial handling of an HIV outbreak during his tenure as Indiana governor.
Reset hears from one critic on how Pence handled the HIV outbreak from 2014-2015.
GUEST: Steven W. Thrasher, inaugural Daniel H. Renberg chair of social justice in reporting and assistant professor of journalism at Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism