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Dr Deborah Birx hinted she hoped Trump would lose election, new book alleges

One of Donald Trump’s own top pandemic advisers hinted that she wanted him to lose in 2020, according to a new book.According to Andy Slavitt, a former administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Dr Deborah Birx dropped the hint at a meeting with Minnesota officials in August 2020. In his new book, Preventable, Mr Slavitt recalls asking Dr Birx if she would help out in a potential Joe Biden administration.“At one point, after a brief pause, she looked me in the eye and said, ‘I hope the election turns out a certain way,’” Mr Slavitt writes....
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Deborah Birx reportedly called fighting the pandemic and Scott Atlas 'together' the 'hardest thing I've had to do'

Dr. Deborah Birx, the former White House coronavirus task force coordinator, has been fairly candid about the challenges she faced while working in the Trump administration amid the COVID-19 pandemic. And in a new book about what he considers the federal government's failures to mitigate the spread of the virus, Andy Slavitt, who now serves as a senior adviser on the COVID-19 response to President Biden, reinforces her comments by shedding more light on her experience, CNN reports.
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Fact Check: U.S. Military Did NOT Arrest Dr. Deborah Birx

Did the U.S. military arrest former White House coronavirus response coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx for her role in deceiving the public about the effectiveness of masks in preventing the spread of COVID-19? No, that's not true: The claim is a complete fabrication by a website that has published a series of similar false claims about the military arrests of political leaders. The website originating the claim admits in a not-very-obvious disclaimer that its content is for entertainment in the form of satire.
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