Donald Trump blamed the two representatives of the country in the fight against the coronavirus after criticizing the deal with the pandemic on Monday.
In a statement of anger, former U.S. Presidents described Anthony Fauci and Deborah Birx as “two self-promoters trying to reinvent history to cover their bad instincts and false recommendations.” did.
Mr. Trump blamed Dr. Forch, head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Trying to recognize the achievements of vaccine development, “moving the goal post to make one’s appearance as good as possible”.
The former president added that his coronavirus task force coordinator, Ms. Burkes, was “a liar that proved to have little credibility.”
A violent explosion occurred after Dr. Fauci told CNN how shocked he was when he asked the state to “liberate” when Trump begged Americans to obey the closure order last April. It was.
Burkes said in an interview While working at the White House, she received a “very unpleasant” call from Mr. Trump after publicly speaking about the rapid spread of Covid-19.
“The federal government did not provide a consistent message to the American people, which is the number one drawback,” she said.
The interview with Dr. Forch and Ms. Burks was part of a CNN documentary on a pandemic.
Mr. Burkes retired after a hurt time at the White House, which hurt the reputation of the former star.
Dr. Forch, 80, became the White House’s top pandemic advisor under President Joe Biden after losing the Trump election.
“Dr. Fauci and Dr. Burkes were moving too slowly, and if it was up to them, we were currently trapped in the basement because of the Great Depression,” Trump said.
He also attacked Dr. Forch’s ability to throw baseball, describing him as the “king of flip-flops,” saying “Because Burks was a terrible medical adviser, I barely followed her advice.” It was.
Having a strong counterattack habit against all criticisms, Mr. Trump has remained relatively unobtrusive since he left the White House. Moving to Mar-a-Lago Resort in Florida..
Under Mr. Trump, Covid-19’s death toll in the United States surged to the highest casualties in the world as it resisted face masks, shutdowns, and other measures to contain the pandemic.
Biden has rapidly expanded the distribution of vaccines, but warned that a pandemic that killed 549,000 people in the United States remains a major threat, as data show another potential surge in infection.