The Man Who Called Anthony Fauci "Dude," Reveals All: Fauci Told Trump Not To Worry About Covid In Jan of 2020
"I can't tell you how toxic that man is. He's a sociopath. He's a narcissist."
"There are four people [in the Situation Room] that are going to give me trouble," he recalled. "[Mick] Mulvaney, acting chief of staff, I've got one of Pompeo's hacks there, the bumbling [Robert] Redfield, and of course [Alex] Azar, the secretary of Health and Human Services, but sitting across from me is little guy with little round glasses who I immediately get into a violent argument with and he just keeps insisting that travel bans don't work. It's like Flaubert's parrot."
And "I'm thinking to myself," Navarro adds," 'Who is this guy?' Finally, I say to [Fauci], 'Dude' — and I actually called him 'dude,' I didn't know I should have addressed him as Dr. Fauci at the time — I go, 'Dude, you mean to tell me if there's like 20,000 Chinese nationals coming in every day to Kennedy and Dulles and LAX and O'Hare — many of them lit up with the Wuhan virus like a Christmas tree — that [they should] just come on down?'"
Navarro recalls Fauci saying, "travel bans don't work" and that he advised Trump not to worry about COVID-19 in Jan. 2020.
Navarro, the author of "In Trump Time: My Journal of America's Plague Year," says, "one of the missions of the book is to get Fauci out of government and into a jail cell."
—Nick Koutsabinas, Newsmax