Bob Woodward knows how to insert himself into the national discussion. The question is whether or not he belongs there.
The centerpiece of Woodward’s new book, “Rage,” is a series of interviews with President Trump on the subject of the coronavirus — but there are plenty of other claims to be found in there. Among the other allegations being made: Dr. Anthony Fauci has a rather dim view of the president’s intellect.
The book claims Fauci, the administration’s point man on COVID-19 policy and director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said Trump’s attention level is poor and that the president changes the subject when Fauci disagrees with him, according to Insider.
“His attention span is like a minus number,” Fauci allegedly said in private. He also allegedly said the president operates on a “separate channel” from reality and Trump’s “sole purpose is to get re-elected.”
Fauci is also supposed to have expressed his dismay with