The editor-in-chief of the Washington Times and a contributor to Fox News, Charles Hurt, said Friday, “The Ingraham Angle” that the divergence of opinion apparent in the president Trump with Dr. Anthony Fauci on the likelihood of a season of the NFL in 2020 shows that the president ” has no problem to surround himself with people he does not agree. ”
Thursday, Fauci told CNN that “football may not happen this year,” unless the players are ” isolated from the community and … tested almost every day “. On Friday, Trump has suddenly tweeted: “Tony Fauci has nothing to do with the football NFL. They provide a very safe and controlled. “
Hurt said that the host of the Ingraham Angle, Tammy Bruce, was right when she said that Trump seemed to tire of the predictions gloomy Fauci.
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“Yeah, I think it is a little more than that, in fact “, he added. “This is just an additional proof that the president has no problem to surround themselves with people with whom he disagrees.
“In fact,” added Hurt, ” he seeks [dissenting views]. He likes to have people with whom it is not necessarily to agreement for having a different opinion. ”
Hurt went on to say that Trump isn’t afraid to use a “powerful language” to prevent its advisors from straying into topics in which they ” have nothing to do.”
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“It is incredible when you think at what point, Dr. Fauci, and many of these other health experts are wrong a lot of these things,” he added. “This is not a thing of left-to-right, or a thing a democrat-republican or Biden. Trump, it is one thing for B. S.
“And at any given time, the voters regular realize, ‘OK, you need to wear a mask all the time, except if you émeutez in the streets, in which case you don’t need to wear a mask. But if you are going to do a rally, you must wear it. The people see this. ”