Anthony Fauci described the Republican attack on him as “grotesque,” after veterans in the Republican Party criticized it.
After former Trump officials called him the “father of the real virus,” Senator Lindsey Graham followed other Republicans to urge Fauci – Joe Biden’s chief medical staff, The infectious disease experts who led the U.S. efforts to deal with Covid-1
Fauci said in an interview with Fox News that he has become a scapegoat for right-wing figures.
He said: “I symbolized to them that they don’t like things that run counter to them, things that have nothing to do with their realm.”
Graham, from South Carolina, told Fauci in a series of tweets on Friday: “You need to go to the southern border and witness the largest super-spreading event in the United States.”
Graham was referring to the overcrowding of thousands of immigrants. The U.S. government stated that asylum seekers will be tested for coronavirus upon arrival in the United States. It is not clear what Graham thinks this Fauci visit will achieve.
“I would say it’s a bit weird,” Fauci said. “I mean… Lindsay Graham, I like him, he is… You know, he is a good person, and I have treated him very, very well for many years. I mean, I am with the boundary Irrelevant.
“Take me to the border, that’s not actually what I want to do.”
Fauci, 80, has served as president for seven terms since 1984, leading the fight against AIDS and AIDS, and has since become a trusted public face to curb the coronavirus pandemic.
On Wednesday, Peter Navarro, who held various positions during Donald Trump’s tenure, made a strange remark in an interview with Fox News.
When asked about Fauci’s comments, his pursuit of a vaccine was “the best decision [I] Navarro said: “Fauci is a social pervert and a liar. He has nothing to do with the vaccine. The father of the vaccine is Donald J. Trump.
“Who is Fauci’s father? Fauci is the true father of the virus.”
Fauci replied, “How weird is this? Think about it. Isn’t that weird? I mean, come on.”
Last week, Mark Meadows, Trump’s former chief of staff, accused Fauci of keeping silent about the situation on the border. An Alabama congressman also urged Fauci to get involved. In February, Senator Marco Rubio from Florida criticized Fauci, saying his work “is not to mislead or scare the American public.”
When asked to respond, Fuqi expressed dissent.
He said: “I am so busy trying to do important things to maintain the health and safety of Americans so that I am not distracted by those who are doing these masterminds.”