Trump Releases A Statement Slamming Dr. Fauci & Dr. Birx In Response To Their CNN Interviews

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45th President Donald Trump slammed Dr. Anthony Fauci and Dr. Deborah Birx following in response to their CNN interviews.

Dr. Fauci suggested during his interview that it was him that made the decision to “go all out and develop a vaccine,” and he failed to give credit to Operation Warp Speed — the Trump administration’s program to manufacture, test and deliver vaccines to the public in record time.

“When I saw what happened in New York City, almost over-running of our healthcare systems, and that’s when it became very clear that the decision we made on January 10 to go all out and develop a vaccine, may have been the best decision that I’ve ever made with regard to intervention as the director of the institute,” Fauci said.

Meanwhile, in the CNN special, titled COVID WAR: The Pandemic Doctors Speak Out, Dr. Birx suggested that COVID-related fatalities in the U.S. could have been “decreased substantially” after the first 100,000 deaths if proper action was taken.

“There were about a hundred thousand deaths that came from that original surge. All of the rest of them, in my mind, could have been mitigated or decreased substantially,” Birx said.

She went on to claim that she had a “very uncomfortable” phone call with Trump in August that was “very difficult to hear” following an interview she gave on CNN last August.

“It was a CNN report in August that got horrible pushback,” Brix s. “That was a very difficult time, because everybody in the White House was upset with that interview and the clarity that I brought about the epidemic.”

“I got called by the President,” Birx detailed. “It was very uncomfortable, very direct and very difficult to hear.”

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In an email sent obtained by The Freedom Times on Monday, Trump responded to the latest remarks made by both Dr. Fauci and Dr. Birx. The 45th President wrote as follows:

“Based on their interviews, I felt it was time to speak up about Dr. Fauci and Dr. Birx, two self-promoters trying to reinvent history to cover for their bad instincts and faulty recommendations, which I fortunately almost always overturned. They had bad policy decisions that would have left our country open to China and others, closed to reopening our economy, and years away from an approved vaccine—putting millions of lives at risk.

“We developed American vaccines by an American President in record time, nine months, which is saving the entire world. We bought billions of dollars of these vaccines on a calculated bet that they would work, perhaps the most important bet in the history of the world. Dr. Fauci and Dr. Birx moved far too slowly, and if it were up to them we’d currently be locked in our basements as our country suffered through a financial depression. Families, and children in particular, would be suffering the mental strains of this disaster like never before.

“In a fake interview last night on CNN, Dr. Fauci, who said he was an athlete in college but couldn’t throw a baseball even close to home plate, it was a “roller,” tried to take credit for the vaccine, when in fact he said it would take three to five years, and probably longer, to have it approved. Dr. Fauci was incapable of pressing the FDA to move it through faster. I was the one to get it done, and even the fake news media knows and reports this.

“Dr. Fauci is also the king of “flip-flops” and moving the goalposts to make himself look as good as possible. He fought me so hard because he wanted to keep our country open to countries like China. I closed it against his strong recommendation, which saved many lives. Dr. Fauci also said we didn’t need to wear masks, then a few months later he said we needed to wear masks, and now, two or three of them. Fauci spent U.S. money on the Wuhan lab in China—and we now know how that worked out.

“Dr. Birx is a proven liar with very little credibility left. Many of her recommendations were viewed as “pseudo-science,” and Dr. Fauci would always talk negatively about her and, in fact, would ask not to be in the same room with her. The States who followed her lead, like California, had worse outcomes on Covid, and ruined the lives of countless children because they couldn’t go to school, ruined many businesses, and an untold number of Americans who were killed by the lockdowns themselves. Dr. Birx was a terrible medical advisor, which is why I seldom followed her advice. Her motto should be “Do as I say, not as I do.” Who can forget when Dr. Birx gave a huge mandate to the people of our Nation to not travel, and then traveled a great distance to see her family for Thanksgiving—only to have them call the police and turn her in? She then, embarrassingly for her, resigned.

“Finally, Dr. Birx says she can’t hear very well, but I can. There was no “very difficult” phone call, other than Dr. Birx’s policies that would have led us directly into a COVID caused depression. She was a very negative voice who didn’t have the right answers. Time has proven me correct. I only kept Dr. Fauci and Dr. Birx on because they worked for the U.S. government for so long—they are like a bad habit! “

We leave you with the infamous baseball pitch Trump is referring to in his statement: