The former President said in a statement after the emails surfaced, “After seeing the emails, our country is fortunate I didn’t do what Dr. Fauci wanted me to do.”
Trump continued, adding, “For instance, I closed our borders to China very early despite his not wanting them closed. The Democrats and the Fake News Media even called me a ‘xenophobe.’ In the end, we saw this was a life-saving decision, and likewise with closing our borders to Europe, specifically to certain heavily infected countries. I was later given credit, even by ‘Tony,’ for saving hundreds of thousands of lives.”
Trump also attacked Fauci over his masking policies, saying, “Also, Dr. Fauci was totally against masks when even I thought they would at least be helpful. He then changed his mind completely and became a radical masker!”
Since the emails sent and received by Dr. Anthony Fauci regarding the pandemic over the past year have surfaced, there is bipartisan decline in trust of the once deemed ‘credible’ doctor.
While the Biden Administration has been much more lenient on Fauci than Trump ever was, “Unconfirmed reports suggest that the White House is ‘actively discussing an exit strategy’ for Dr. Fauci,” according to PJ Media.