Dr. Anthony Fauci, White House chief medical advisor and director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, is Dr. In 2024, he will likely be retiring from his leadership positions.
Fox News host Neil Cavuto questioned Fauci this week about whether he would continue to serve in the federal government if Donald Trump wins in 2024.
Fauci replied, “Well, well, I’m not going to get involved in politics about who goes or not in the White House.” Fauci responded, “By and large, I don’t believe I will be there, regardless of who is the president.”
Fauci stated previously that he wouldn’t want to be in the exact same situation if Trump wins in 2020.
Dr. Fauci was the one who conceived the COVID-19 national response. Fauci was once the most trusted person in COVID-19. This has led to Americans losing faith and distrust in their healthcare institutions, prompting calls for his resignation.
Fauci, however, insisted that COVID-19 could have been engineered. Despite the fact that COVID-19 is a major threat to seniors and people with severe illness, or death, this was not the case.
Fauci’s National Institutes of Health, Fauci’s division funded cruel and unneeded experiments on beagle puppies. Some puppies were given experimental drugs, and then they were killed.
Americans are less friendly toward Fauci over the years.
Cavuto was curious if Fauci meant that Fauci was “done”.
Fauci replied, “No, it’s still not over,” “But I don’t know if this will be possible in a few more years.”
“So, no matter who is president, whether it’s Joe Biden getting reelected or someone else, Donald Trump or anyone else, you would not continue?” Cavuto asked for clarification.
“That’s exactly correct,” Fauci said. “I have been doing this now for 38 years. It will be over 40 years if I wait that long.”
See ya, Fauci. You won’t be missed.