After Op-ed criticizing Fauci, White House rushes to save face & admits they can’t control their own employees

With more than 136,000 Americans dead from the coronavirus pandemic, the White House, President Trump and his administration want everyone to believe they have a handle on the situation.

On Tuesday, the United States set yet another single-day record with more than 67,000 reported cases. Also, on Tuesday, White House trade advisor Peter Navarro wrote an Op-ed for U.S. Today.

In the piece, Navarro blisters Dr. Fauci, writing “Dr. Anthony Fauci has a good bedside manner with the public, but he has been wrong about everything I have interacted with him on”

He goes on to write that:

And when Fauci was telling the White House Coronavirus Task Force that there was only anecdotal evidence in support of hydroxychloroquine to fight the virus, I confronted him with scientific studies providing evidence of safety and efficacy. A recent Detroit hospital study showed a 50% reduction in the mortality rate when the medicine is used in early treatment.

And finally ending with:

So when you ask me whether I listen to Dr. Fauci’s advice, my answer is: only with skepticism and caution.

Following Navarro’s piece, the White House, in a poor attempt to save face, said the piece didn’t go through the proper White House clearance and channels.

So, White House is admitting that they can’t control their own employees?

Of course, this comes after press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said that were was no effort from the White House in order to denigrate and discredit Dr. Fauci.

Also, the guy leading the circus, President Donald Trump, recently retweeted a former game show host saying that the CDC, the head of whom Trump appoints, was lying.

But the White House wants you and I to believe that they’ve got a handle on the virus, their employees, everything. Don’t you worry, it’s all under control!

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