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US ‘hurts a lot’: Fowzie opens up about White House coronavirus policy a few days before elections

US 'hurts a lot': Fowzie opens up about White House coronavirus policy a few days before elections

As the US President Donald Trump Condemn the pandemic and fight in the last days of the presidential election campaign – by cracking down on doctors, by controversy over science, and by reducing the press for highlighting the rising coronavirus case counts – the long-running feud between the White House and Dr. Anthony Fauci Outdoor Saturday night eruption.

Trump has undermined his own medical professionals, ignoring scientists and refusing to take basic measures to control the virus while making fun of it. Former Vice President Joe Biden For wearing the mask, the nation’s top epidemiologist grabbed his tongue and proceeded to attack the president, who continued to appeal to the American people to stay away from society and wear masks.

But Fauzi’s restraint seemed to have evaporated Washington Post Interview It was published Saturday night, In which He called on the White House to allow its strategy to fight the virus by an untrained neuroradiologist in the field of infectious disease and said he appreciated the honesty of Chief Mark Meadows. Joined CNN’s Jake Topper In a recent interview the administration dropped control of the virus outbreak.

At a time when Trump is underestimating the growing number of cases in the majority of states, the country is “deeply hurt” by the false and outrageous claim that doctors are exaggerating the number of COVID-19 deaths by dangerously holding huge rallies without low masks and social distance and exaggerating the number of deaths.

“All the stars are in the wrong place” as the country moves inside the house in cold weather, Fauzi told the newspaper in an interview late Friday – one day America set a world record for the highest number of daily cases and the country surpassed 229,000 deaths. “You can’t keep it worse.”

Fauzi is widely trusted by the public after a long career Under six presidents from both parties, Meadows told Topper in an interview last weekend that it was not possible to control the virus there. Fauzi pursued an anti-polar strategy by repeatedly telling Americans that adherence to mask use, social distance protocols, and other safety precautions could change the trajectory of the virus and save lives.

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“I’m tipping my hat for accepting the strategy,” Fauzi admitted to the Post of Meadows Topper. “He’s straightforward in telling you what’s on his mind. I appreciate him for that.”

Fauzi did not downplay the words he considers to be an undesirable influence on Dr. Scott Atlas, the controversial figure who became the president’s real COVID-19 adviser. Atlas, Fauzi and Dr. Deborah Birks, members of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, went public at the White House, misrepresenting the effectiveness of the masks and Depressing test Although many medical experts believe that this is a critical factor in stopping the spread of the virus, people who do not have the symptom.

“I have real problems with that person,” Fawcett told the Washington Post Atlas. “He’s a brilliant man, I believe he has no real insight or knowledge or experience. When you let it go and apply it, it doesn’t make sense.”

Fauzi and Birks, co-ordinators of the coronavirus response at the White House in the early days of the epidemic, often appear alongside Trump at White House briefings to explain the administration’s efforts to fight the virus. But Trump was disappointed with Fowzie’s media appearances and the doctor’s negative tone about the virus’ trajectory. (Fauzi told the Washington Post that he was “carefully choosing his words without being barred from doing future interviews.”)

During a call with campaign staff in October, Trump called Fauzi and other health officials “idiots.” According to CNN’s Caitlin Collins and Kevin Liptok, Americans are tired of hearing about the pandemic. Birks also expressed concern to his believers about the Atlas She took her skill and influence to the road, Meeting with state and local authorities to help formulate their strategies to fight the virus.

Atlas responded to Fauzi on Saturday night in a tweet containing a series of hashtags accusing him. Engaged in politics and mocked Fauzi Festive first pitch He threw at the Washington Nationals opening game.

Atlas tweeted “#secure # Embracing Himself #Exposed #CantThrowABall #NoTimeForPolitics”.

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In a statement, White House Deputy Press Secretary Judd Deir Fauci was severely criticized, saying he was playing politics inappropriately just days before Election Day.

“The president is a senior member of the Coronavirus Task Force and a man who has praised President Trump’s actions throughout this epidemic. Electing three days before the election to play politics is unacceptable and violates all the rules,” Deer said in a statement. “As a member of the Task Force, Dr. Fowzie had a duty to express concerns or to come forward for a change in strategy, but he did not, instead the American people expected the President’s opponent to express his political leanings by criticizing and praising the President in the media.”

But the Trump campaign said it was an attempt to play politics with Fauzi Featured him in a promotional ad Without his permission and took his words out of context.

Deer seemed to point to the difference that Fauzi showed in the interview between different approaches to the epidemic of Trump and the Biden campaign. He commented that Biden’s campaign was “taking this seriously from a public health perspective”, while the Trump campaign was looking at the virus through the lens of “reopening the economy and the country”.

Campaigns clash over Kovid-19

After one of the worst weeks for the U.S. in counting the daily coronavirus cases, Trump and Biden continue their campaign to hold President COVID-19 on the trail on Saturday, with Biden campaigning in Michigan and Trump holding four rallies in Pennsylvania. .

Trump once suggested that the virus was not a serious problem for himself, First Lady Melania Trump or his teenage son Baron, whose first family received the highest medical care in the country and had access to experimental treatments. Not available to most Americans.

Failing to recognize the serious risks of the virus for older Americans and those with pre-existing conditions, Trump Misrepresented Saturday uses the racist term to describe the virus as “due to our relentless efforts, currently the recovery rate on COVID, or China virus or China plague is 99.7%.”

There is not enough data yet to understand the long-term consequences for infected patients, but approximately 2.5% of people in the US who test positive for COVID-19 die from it, Johns Hopkins University.

Trump, who has vowed to “eliminate” the virus on Saturday with “science, medicine and groundbreaking therapies,” has criticized Biden’s relentless focus on COVID-19 in the closing days of the campaign.

“All he does is talk about Kovid, Kovid,” Trump said of Biden. “There’s nothing more to talk about. … We agree that this is serious and we did an incredible job. And at some point they are going to realize it.”

Biden, who campaigned with Biden in Michigan on Saturday, strongly rebuked Trump on Friday for his false claim that former President Barack Obama and American doctors are benefiting Kovid-19 patients. Obama did not seem convinced that the attack was part of the president’s end argument It was designed as evidence of Trump’s lack of character.

“He was jealous of COVID’s media coverage and now he’s blaming doctors for benefiting from this pandemic – think about it,” Obama said. “He could not understand, he could not understand the notion that someone would risk their lives to save others without trying to buck.”

Obama has argued that if Trump focuses on stopping the spread of COVID-19 from the beginning of this year, “cases will not reach new record levels” and that there are implications in some areas where presidential rallies have been held. Cases. He mocked Trump’s “siege” of crowd size in the middle of the epidemic.

“You know when a country is going through an epidemic, you don’t have to worry,” Obama said. “And that’s the difference between Joe Biden and Trump. Trump cares about nurturing his ego. Joe cares about keeping you and your family safe. And he’s less interested in nurturing his ego. More people get sick. You should expect that from the president.”

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