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“The news media are funny – the president is not expelling Dr. Fossey,” said White House spokesman Hogan Gedley.President Donald Trump resigned after speaking with a coronavirus group because Dr. Anthony Fossey, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, will be on March 26, 2020

The White House said Monday that it does not intend to isolate Dr. President Anthony Fossey, one day after the president sent a message this weekend that ends with a request “It’s time for #FireFauci.”

“This issue in the media is funny – President Trump does not expel Dr. Fossey,” White House spokesman Hogan Gedley said.

Gedley cites a false story Trump often cites to cover the coronavirus, saying that Democrats and media have ignored the epidemic, and have focused on the allegations. (Indeed, many articles were circulated about the virus at that time.)

He said that their ultimate response to the virus is to attack Trump because he cut trips from China and Europe. He said: “Dr. Fossey has long been a trusted adviser to President Trump.”

The announcement comes after the president expressed his dissatisfaction with infectious disease experts in the federal government by completing the letter that criticized the comments. Fossey, claiming that Trump had restricted foreign citizenship to China. At the entrance to the country “long before people talk,” he did at the end of January.

On Sunday, Fossey said in “State of the Union” on CNN, that previous efforts to reduce public relations could save lives.

“It is clear that if we had closed the situation from the start, there would be nothing else,” Fossey said in an interview. “But there was a brief moment of regret for closing things down.”

So, does the president have the authority to expel Fauci? No, no, because Fossy is a federal employee who doesn’t belong to the president.

Instead, Trump managed to lead the Minister of Health and Human Services, Alex Azar, to find that Fossey had been fired. Azar should then order Francis Collins, head of the National Institutes of Health, to dismiss Fauci, who is also director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. This is because Fauci refers to the chief of NIH, who follows Azar, who follows Trump.

However, as a federal employee, Fauci can be dismissed for any reason, which means no performance of similar duties, failures or violations.

“If President Trump is trying to shoot him because he was not a team player, then Fossey will have a great test,” said Steve Vladik, professor at the University of Texas School of Law.

But legal disputes can be discussed for years, as long as they escalate

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