The White House”disguised” Fuchs responded sharply:Stop talking nonsense, control the epidemic
On the 15th local time, Anthony Fudge, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, published the report so far when he talked about the tension between him and the White House. The sharpest remarks so far:”Let’s stop this nonsense and find out how to control the epidemic.”
Recently, White House officials have frequently launched a”discrimination battle” against Foch. White House Trade Adviser Peter Navarro published an article in the USA Today on the evening of the 14th, entitled”Anthony • Fuchs was wrong in everything I interacted with him.” On the 12th, the White House chief social media consultant Dan Scarvino posted a cartoon on Facebook that satirically satirized Fuchs.
Fuchs said in an interview with”Atlantic Monthly” on the 15th:”I can’t think of them in my dreams Why do you want to do this? I think they now realize that it is not prudent to do so, because it will only have a negative impact on them.”
In the interview, Foch called the partisan environmental order around the virus People are upset. He said:”This will distract my attention. I hope that everyone will work together to control the epidemic within the controllable range, instead of playing this kind of distracting game, this approach is meaningless.”
(Source:People’s Daily Client)