As long as we’re canceling Thanksgiving, why don’t we get an early start on Christmas, too?
In an appearance on CNN’s “State of the Union” on Sunday, host Jake Tapper and Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, were discussing a return to normality in the midst of COVID-19 — in particular the role a vaccine would play in getting us there.
In the midst of the conversation, Tapper intimated that Dec. 25 might just be a Friday with presents for us this year.
“Now, you have already encouraged Americans to consider canceling any Thanksgiving plans that involve visiting with somebody else or having visitors come,” the CNN host said.
“I know a lot of Americans are looking ahead, hoping to make plans for other holidays, such as Christmas. But when do you think Americans will next be able to safely gather together for