Trump Knocks Fauci: ‘I Inherited Him’

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President Trump questioned the value of Anthony Fauci to the White House coronavirus task force, saying in an interview with Fox News that he “inherited” the government’s top infectious disease expert.

“I disagree with a lot of what he said,” Trump told Laura Ingraham when asked if he would put Fauci “front and center” in the pandemic response if he could do it again.

“I get along with him, but every once in a while, he’ll come up with one that I say, ‘Where did that come from?'” Trump continued. “I inherited him. He was here. He was part of this huge piece of machine.”

The president reiterated his claim that Fauci opposed his decision to restrict travel from China in January. Fauci indicated at the time he did not think it was a good idea, though he later said it had bought the U.S. time to fight the virus.

Read more at The Hill.



  1. Fauci became head of NIAID under Reagan. Presidents Reagan, GHW Bush, Clinton, GW Bush, and Obama all valued his advice because they knew that he knew more than they did and that Fauci was committed to science not politics. But for Trump, all that matters is himself and over a hundred thousand Americans have paid for that selfishness with their lives. At every step, Trump has made the wrong decision, ignoring the people whom he should have been listening to.

    • Fauci was not committed to science. His commitment was like that of Bill Gates who was coronavirused, FYI Fauci was indicted for genocide for “War crimes with intent to commit mass genocide by demonstrating activities that create a low immune system and murder by vaccine.”

      Who cares what these presidents you’re talking about think about Fauci? There’s reason they (except for Reagan) have all been coronavirused too.

      Thank G-d for President Trump who’s exposing to the world the crimes of these “scientists” and politicians.

  2. Fauci is a fraud. Never treated a live patient but hung around like garlic smell for decades.
    This is the swamp. You almost never lose your job.


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