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The director of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases and the cornerstone of the quarantine, Dr. Anthony Fauci, really lives the dream of the public personality: satirical like a beautiful genius full of spirit with beautiful hair by no one other than Brad Pitt himself. Oh, don’t get me wrong. Each other part of Dr. Fauci’s life seems to be living hell right now, but at least he absolutely loved his imitation by Brad Pitt during this week Saturday Night Live.
“I think he did very well,” Fauci told Telemundo. A Nuevo Dia in an interview on Monday. “I’m a big fan of Brad Pitt, and that’s why, when people ask me who I want to play, I mention Brad Pitt. He’s one of my favorite actors. He added, “I think he showed himself to be a really smart guy when, in the end, he pulled his hair out and thanked me and all the healthcare workers. So not only is he a very big actor, but he is actually a chic person. “
While all of this sounds good and a pleasant enough distraction from the global COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Fauci has also thought about the song itself, in which Pitt’s Fauci corrects many of Trump’s misleading comments and, uh, pranks grotesque, a reflection that sort of puts a brake on the whole game of political comedy at the moment. Said Fauci, “Everything he said about SNL that’s what’s going on. He was very successful in putting everything in place. Aaaa and welcome back, our overwhelming anguish.