NEW Fox News articles can now be heard on audio! Dr. Anthony Fauci, who will resign from his government position in December, was hailed as a “inspiration” by CNN’s medical commentator Dr. Jonathan Reiner on Monday.
Kate Bolduan, host of CNN’s “At This Hour,” brought up Fauci’s retirement intentions. “I am aware that one of his stated goals is to motivate the upcoming generation of scientific leaders. How does that appear to you? “She questioned Reiner.
Reiner answered by praising Fauci in song. “I suppose that he will have more time to serve as a mentor now. I hope it gives him more time to write and inspire students in high school and aspiring doctors. Although Dr. Fauci has already won the Presidential Medal of Freedom, I would say that I would hope that this president would award him with it “said he.
Reiner added that Fauci’s exit in December of this year was motivated by political resentment.
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He asserted, “I think he’s probably dissatisfied with how much politics has contaminated the work he needs to undertake. He is not only the president’s senior medical adviser and a scientist, but his world has become very politicized.
The doctor proposed that being informed of an impending probe might possibly have played a role.
Reiner said, “You know, just last week, members of Congress were advising him to free up his schedule when the House switches majorities so that he could testify, you know, pretty much full-time. He must find the idea of doing that to be utterly repugnant.
According to Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, “Faucis resignation will not hinder a full-throated probe into the origins of the pandemic,” he said on Monday.
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Rep. Andy Biggs, a Republican from Arizona, specifically called out the timing of Fauci’s departure in a tweet and cautioned “Before House Republicans have a chance to hold him accountable for destroying our country over the past three years, Dr. Fauci is conveniently leaving his position in December. This person is cowardly.”
Retirement can’t hide Dr. Fauci from congressional oversight, cautioned Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., who serves as the ranking member of the House Oversight Committee.
What Dr. Fauci claimed in public regarding the beginnings of COVID was substantially different from what he said in private, according to emails obtained by Oversight Committee Republicans, according to his entire statement on the website of the GOP Committee.