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Politics United States: Dr Fauci says he is relieved to no longer have to contradict Donald Trump

11:13  22 january  2021
11:13  22 january  2021 Source:   france24.com

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L ' American immunologist Anthony Fauci told reporters on Thursday that "certain remarks" by Donald Trump on the Covid-19 epidemic had made him "uncomfortable". He rejoiced that he could now speak freely about "science".

It's a relief. For , American immunologist Anthony Fauci , Donald Trump's departure from power signals the end of long months spent contradicting the president on the subject of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Faced with journalists he had often spoken to at the start of the pandemic, he shared some of his feelings in contact with Donald Trump. "I've always said everything, and it sometimes caused problems for me," admitted the specialist, who was kept out by the Republican administration.

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"Some comments made me uncomfortable because they were not based on science, "continued the 80-year-old expert, who enjoys enormous popularity in the country.

He said he was particularly embarrassed by the support given in March by Donald Trump to hydroxychloroquine, an antimalarial drug that has proven to have no effectiveness against the virus.

"I took no pleasure in contradicting the president", he assured Thursday. "And it didn't really feel like you could speak out without facing repercussions."

"The idea of ​​being able to come here, talk about what you know, the evidence, the science, is a liberating feeling."

With AFP

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