Trump tries to distance himself from adviser’s Fauci attack

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The general public fight in between President Donald Trumps medical and economic advisors stretched into another day after Peter Navarro, the senior White House trade authorities, obviously broke protocol by publishing an opinion short article trashing Dr. Anthony Fauci.

” I can not figure out in my wildest dreams why they would wish to do that,” he said. “I believe they realize now that was not a sensible thing to do, because its just showing adversely on them.”
He was speaking as the White House worked to distance itself from Navarros opinion piece, which included perspectives similar to viewpoints voiced by Trump himself and dispersed by the White House over the weekend.

Fauci, in his most strong pushback to date versus White House tries to reject him, cautioned his fellow administration officials a day later that they were hurting the Presidents credibility. Speaking with The Atlantic, Fauci called White House attacks on him “unusual” and said they eventually harmed Trump.

” He made a statement representing himself,” Trump stated when questioned about the post. “He should not be doing that. I have an excellent relationship with Anthony.”
” Were all on the exact same team,” Trump said, “consisting of Dr. Fauci.”

Trump on Wednesday rejected the episode in the Oval Office prior to taking a more forceful stance as he departed the White House for Atlanta.

The White House interactions office insisted Navarro did not clear his short article through them prior to it was published in USA Today. Trump himself called the piece a mistake.
The sentiment Navarro revealed– that Fauci, the countrys top contagious illness professional, had been wrong on multiple occasions throughout the pandemic– was the exact same one White House authorities espoused over the weekend when they questioned his record to reporters.

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