During MSNBC's coverage of President Joe Biden's address to the joint session of Congress, Nicole Wallace denounced the effectiveness of the Trump-era Operation Warp Speed.
"Operation Warp Speed didn't do anything to get a needle into an arm," said Wallace on the Wednesday night broadcast.
Operation Warp Speed was created by the Trump Administration to get vaccine options into the arms of Americans by the end of 2020, a goal that ended up being reached with some of the first doses of the coronavirus vaccine being given out in mid-December 2020.
According to the Department of Defense, a typical vaccine can take upwards of 73 months to complete, and they were attempting to push out a successful one in 14 months.
The Department of Defense had also outlined the steps the vaccines would go through, including trials testing and plans for distribution to the general public.
Former President Donald Trump called Operation Warp Speed a "massive scientific, industrial, and logistical endeavor in his May 2020 announcement of the project," saying that it would take collaboration between American businesses, scientists, the military, and the federal government to get it done.