Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told a CNN reporter on the State of the Union program when asked whether we could work with Biden who would be the best public health team for Americans.
“You know, I’ve gone through several transitions now, serving six presidents for 36 years. And it’s pretty clear that the transition we’re going through … is really important in delivering information smoothly as well because it’s like passing the stick in a race.” “You don’t want to stop and then give it to someone, you basically want to keep going.”
The formal transition will likely remain pending until the election is approved by a Trump nominee within the Public Services Administration in a process known as verification.
“I worked closely with Ron Klein during the Ebola outbreak,” he said. “It was very, very impressive in the case of Ebola that we had a very successful end game with Ebola.”
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