President Trump retweeted a call to fire his top infectious disease specialist Anthony S. Fauci Sunday evening, amid mounting criticism of the federal response to the coronavirus pandemic.The call from a former Republican congressional candidate, using the hashtag “FireFauci,” followed an interview with National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases chief Fauci on CNN’s “State of the Union, in which he said a stronger early response by the administration to the outbreak “could have saved lives,” but also characterized the decision to implement social distancing guidelines as “complicated.”“Obviously, it would have been nice if we had a better head start, but I don’t think you could say that we are where we are right now because of one factor,” Fauci said on CNN Sunday. “It’s very complicated.”Fauci also confirmed a New York Times story saying that he and other experts had wanted to begin social and physical distancing measures as early as February.Trump has often in the past shown his anger with critics within his own administration by retweeting the negative or taunting comments of others rather than saying anything himself. It allows him to cry “fake news” when the media interprets the retweeted material as reflecting his views. While


Continue To Full Article