The Telegraph interview with Fauci, now free to court Democrats by openly bashing President Trump, is his usual patented shtick, combining reassurance and vagueness, faux humility and self-promotion, but the funniest part is in the first paragraph.
It is not easy to secure an interview with Anthony Fauci, America’s foremost infectious disease expert, amid the worst pandemic in a century.
Really? Every single cable news network and news network in the country would disagree.
Fauci has spent much of the pandemic on television in one way or another under the pretext that he was communicating with and reassuring a worried public. But The Telegraph is a British paper. Was there any urgent need for Fauci to reassure the public of another country?
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