- White Home chief medical consultant Dr. Anthony Fauci in a new CNN interview blamed at least a few of the United States coronavirus deaths during the pandemic on mistakes made by Trump administration officials.
- According to the most recent COVID data from John Hopkins University, there have been more than 412,000 coronavirus deaths in the United States given that the start of the pandemic.
- The scale of the pandemic is so incredible, in fact, that President Biden said today the US probably won’t be able to change the trajectory for a couple of more months.
The latest COVID-19 data from Johns Hopkins University reveal that, through Friday, the US has actually recorded more than 24.7 million cases of the virus in addition to more than 412,000 coronavirus deaths. And White House chief medical advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci believes that errors made by Trump administration authorities are responsible for a minimum of a few of those deaths.
That’s what Dr. Fauci said throughout an interview Friday on CNN, demonstrating the degree he’s now been enabled unlimited freedom to be candid in his remarks to journalism following the inauguration of President Biden on Wednesday. Now that he’s out from under the thumb of Trump officials, in other words.
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