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Trump Tries To Shame A Defiant Pfizer On Drug Pricing

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President Trump called out Pfizer’s recent price increases on Twitter July 9. Pfizer was one of only four companies that took a second round of price increases in 2018, according to analysts at Morgan Stanley. CEO Read has long defended the industry's pricing practices, even as public criticism of the high drug prices has grown. 

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