Washington Instances opinion editor and Fox Information contributor Charles Harm instructed “The Ingraham Angle” Friday that President Trump’s obvious difference of opinion with Dr. Anthony Fauci in regards to the probability of a 2020 NFL season exhibits the president “has no problem surrounding himself with people that he doesn’t agree with.”
On Thursday, Fauci instructed CNN that “football may not happen this year” until gamers are “insulated from the community and … tested nearly every day.” On Friday, Trump abruptly tweeted, “Tony Fauci has nothing to do with NFL Football. They are planning a very safe and controlled opening.”
Harm stated that “Ingraham Angle” host Tammy Bruce was appropriate when she stated Trump seems to be tiring of Fauci’s gloom-and-doom predictions.
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“Yeah, my thinking is it’s a little bit more than that, actually,” he added. “That is simply additional proof the president has no downside surrounding himself with people who he does not agree with.
“In fact,” Harm added, “he seeks out [dissenting views]. He likes to have people he doesn’t necessarily agree with so that he can get an alternate opinion.”
Harm went on to say that Trump shouldn’t be afraid to make use of “powerful language” to maintain his advisers from straying into matters they “have no business” in.
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“It is amazing when you think about how badly Dr. Fauci and a lot of these other health experts have gotten a lot of these things wrong,” he added. “It isn’t a left-right factor or a Democrat-Republican factor or Biden.Trump factor, it is a B.S. factor.
“And at some point, regular voters realize, ‘OK, you have to wear a mask all the time unless you are rioting in the streets, in which case you don’t need to wear a mask. But if you are going to do a rally, you do have to wear it.’ People see through this.”