Trump says he was ‘not allowed’ to fire Fauci, but doctor ‘wasn’t a big player’ in administration

(Madeline Hubbard – Just the News) Former President Donald Trump said that he did not fire National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Anthony Fauci because he was “not allowed” to, but at the end of the day, Fauci was not a “big player” in his administration.

Radio host Hugh Hewitt asked Trump during an interview Wednesday why he kept Fauci, who has since retired, in the government during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“First of all, you’re not allowed. He’s civil service, and you’re not allowed to fire him….

But forget that, because I don’t necessarily go by everything. But Dr. Fauci would tell me things, and I wouldn’t do them, in many cases,” Trump responded. “But also, he wasn’t a big player in my administration. Dr. Fauci became a big player in the administration of Biden.” View article →



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