Dean Obeidallah, a former attorney, is the host of SiriusXM radio’s daily program “The Dean Obeidallah Show” and a columnist for The Daily Beast. Follow him @DeanObeidallah. The opinions expressed in this commentary are his own. View more opinion articles on CNN. (CNN)It must have been a nightmare for President Donald Trump. In early April, Dr. Anthony Fauci was jokingly asked on CNN’s “New Day” who he would want to play him on “Saturday Night Live.” A laughing Fauci responded, “Brad Pitt, of course.” On Saturday the infectious disease specialist had his wish come true as “SNL” opened its show with the actor — twice named by People magazine as “sexiest man alive” — playing the 79-year-old doctor.Pitt-as-Fauci kicked off the show — the second filmed “at home” rather than in NBC’s famed Studio 8H to observe social distancing guidelines — sitting behind a desk in a suit and tie. “Fauci,” who in real life has become something of a national icon for his work on the Covid-19 pandemic — first joked about the support he had received from “older women in America who have sent me supportive, inspiring, and sometimes graphic emails.” But then it turned to the real


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