Politics Biden: Fauci is a 'truth-teller'
Letter: Leadership? More like liarship
This is an administration that abhors scientists and seeks to silence their findings with misinformation. Remember Sharpiegate? As late as February 28th Rep. Larry Buchson, M.D. appeared on CSPAN and said “This will turn out to be just like regular flu and I think that our people think that that’s the case.” Fauci (aka “our people”) said on Feb. 10 “Is there a risk this is going to turn into a global pandemic? Absolutely yes!” and “This is 10 times more lethal than seasonal flu”. So this DOCTOR misrepresented the findings of our medical experts. Another word for this is LIED.
Former Vice President Joe Biden said on Monday that President Trump is right to include Dr. Anthony Fauci in the White House's coronavirus task force briefings, calling the country's top infectious disease doctor a "truth-teller."
"What they're doing right is letting Dr. Fauci speak more often. He's a truth-teller," Biden, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, said in an interview with MSNBC.
"We don't need the kind of talk the president is using," he continued. "In fact, the president has to stop the belittling of the governors with whom he disagrees."
Fauci: US 'not necessarily' on same trajectory as Italy due to travel restrictions
"Obviously, things are unpredictable," he said."Obviously, things are unpredictable. But if you look at the dynamics of the outbreak in Italy, we don't know why they are suffering so terribly. But there's a possibility, and many of us believe, that early on they did not shut out as well the input of infections that originated in China and came to different parts of the world," Fauci said on CBS's "Face the Nation.
"The president has to stop the belittling of the governors with whom he disagrees," says Joe Biden. "Get the help to where it's needed now."
Anthony Fauci: "You don't make the timeline, the virus makes the timeline" on relaxing public health measures
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, had a straightforward message Wednesday night about how long the novel coronavirus could affect daily life in the US: "You don't make the timeline, the virus makes the timeline."Bing COVID-19 tracker: Latest numbers by country and state
"They should let Dr. Fauci and the experts run the show."- MSNBC (@MSNBC)
Biden went on to criticize Trump for publicly questioning during a White House briefing on Sunday why hospitals are so quickly going through medical supplies, like masks and ventilators.
"Stop making accusations that somehow, some New York hospitals all of the sudden need more masks, and we ought to investigate them. Maybe they're going out the back door?" Biden said. "I mean, what is that all about? That is bizarre. Absolutely bizarre. Get the help to where it's needed now."
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"They should let Dr. Fauci and the experts run the show, speak more. Let them lay out exactly what's happening," he said. "Just tell the truth to the American people. They're tough. They can take it, but don't mislead them."
Fauci said on Monday that the White House coronavirus task forceto extend social distancing guidelines for another month as the number of cases in the country continues to climb. Trump on Sunday.
The coronavirus, which originated in China in December, has infected more than 732,000 people worldwide, including about 143,000 people in the U.S.,. The disease has caused more than 2,000 deaths in the U.S.
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