During a political rally on Thursday, President Trump accused Dr. Anthony Fauci of his recent salvo against an infectious disease specialist.
Fuucci has spoken out harshly about how the coronavirus epidemic has been handled, calling a White House ceremony for Judge Amy Connie Barrett, who is believed to have sparked a “super spreader” incident to the West Wing and is blasting the Trump campaign.. Speaking to supporters in North Carolina, the president questioned the effectiveness of the mask and criticized the handling of the Fusina epidemic, although he also referred to him as a “nice guy.”
“You know they keep saying no one wears a mask, wears a mask. Even though he came out with things today, have you seen the CDC? 85% of people wearing masks catch him. Okay?” The president said. “And then you have my friend and he’s Tony, Tony Fookie is a nice guy. He’s a nice guy. He said, ‘This is no danger, this is not a problem; don’t worry about it – it’s not a problem. Is the craziest. ‘Then, he said,’ Don’t wear a mask – don’t wear a mask under any circumstances. Don’t wear a mask, no, no, ‘Really?’
“So, we don’t wear them. Then they say, ‘Oh, wear a mask,'” the president continued. “I’ve never seen, you’ve never seen a conflict? But he’s a nice guy so I keep him around, right? He’s a Democrat – everyone knows that. He’s [Governor Andrew] Cumon’s friend. “
Fauqi has served under both Democratic and Republican administrations since 1984, and has kept politics close to his West, although he has enjoyed positive relations with many presidents. In fact, President George HW Bush asked during a discussion, Citing his work on AIDS, replied, “I think about Dr. Fau.”
President Trump and his supporters have clashed with Fossey several times, most recently when he was used in a pro-Trump ad without his permission. Fawcett said the Trump campaign “harassed” him with unauthorized advertising.
“By doing this against my will, they are really harassing me,” he told the Daily Beast in a report posted on Monday.
Fauqi has continued to push for caution, wearing masks and social distance, while the president, even after his hospitalization in COVID-19, has expressed frustration over guidelines for disease control centers.
In an interview with CBS News on Wednesday, he advised Americans to consider alternative holiday plans this season.
“Given the fluid and dynamic nature of the current spread of infections and the development of infections, I think people should be very careful and sensible about social gatherings, especially when family members may be at risk. Their age or their underlying condition , ”. “That is, you have to bite the bullet and sacrifice that social gathering, unless you are sure that the people you are dealing with are not infected.”