After President Donald Trump on Monday suggested a Covid-19 vaccine could be fully developed and put to market \u0022before a very special day\u0022—apparently referring to the November 3 presidential election—Sen. Bernie Sanders warned that Trump\u0026#039;s ongoing politicization of the vaccine process threatens to undermine public trust and safety.\u0022I think you got a president who\u0026#039;s losing it, and I think most people are sick and tired of the ranting and the ravings of Donald Trump,\u0022 the Vermont senator said in an appearance on CNN late Monday. \u0022Look, everybody wants a vaccine, but we want to make sure that that vaccine is safe. We don\u0026#039;t want to see that vaccine put on the market for political reasons.\u0022Sanders went on to urge doctors, scientists, and pharmaceutical companies to \u0022do the right thing and get it onto the market, get it into people\u0026#039;s arms when it is ready, not when it suits the political purposes of this increasingly irrational president.\u0022\u0022Let\u0026#039;s not politicize this thing. We have developed vaccines for decade after decade after decade. We have to give the resources to the doctors and the scientists to do their work,\u0022 Sanders said. \u0022We\u0026#039;ve got to make sure that vaccine undergoes the clinical trials that [are] necessary to make sure that it is safe.\u0022Watch:“Let\u0026#039;s not politicize this thing,” Sen. Bernie Sanders says about the coronavirus vaccine. “We have developed vaccines for decade after decade after decade. We have to give the resources to the doctors and the scientists to do their work.\u0022 https://t.co/GqSF5xfRbd pic.twitter.com/jwJVMQo12i— The Situation Room (@CNNSitRoom) September 7, 2020The Vermont senator\u0026#039;s remarks came hours after Trump claimed during a Labor Day press conference Monday that \u0022we\u0026#039;re going to have a vaccine very soon, maybe even before a very special day.\u0022Asked whether he\u0026#039;s pushing for speedy approval of a coronavirus vaccine for political gain, Trump said: \u0022No, I\u0026#039;m saying that because we want to save a lot of lives. With me, it\u0026#039;s the faster the better. With somebody else, maybe they would say it politically but I\u0026#039;m saying it in terms of this is what we need.\u0022\u0022Now,\u0022 Trump continued, \u0022do benefits inure if you\u0026#039;re able to get something years ahead of schedule? I guess maybe they do.\u0022\u0022The faster, the better\u0022 -- Trump on a coronavirus vaccine pic.twitter.com/Lc83qixbp3— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) September 7, 2020Federal officials have repeatedly cast doubt on the president\u0026#039;s suggested timeline, saying there\u0026#039;s little chance that a sufficiently tested vaccine will be ready ahead of the November election.\u0022I don\u0026#039;t know any scientist involved in this effort who thinks we will be getting shots into arms any time before Election Day,\u0022 one anonymous federal official familiar with Operation Warp Speed told CNN Monday, echoing the public statements of other officials involved with the vaccine development effort.