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Sunday shows - Buttigieg warns supply chain issues could stretch to next year
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said on Sunday that supply chain woes plaguing the global distribution of goods could last into 2022.
Buttigieg also said he would not apologize to Tucker Carlson after the Fox News host criticized him for taking time from running the Transportation Department to care for two newly-adopted children.
Meanwhile, chief medical adviser Anthony Fauci took to the Sunday political shows to speak of the importance of people being fully vaccinated in order to safely celebrate the holidays with family and that Americans who remain unvaccinated put the country at risk of having a fifth wave of COVID-19 during the winter months. He also addressed an order by Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott that banned vaccine mandates in his state, calling the move "unfortunate."
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