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Over 60 percent of voters in a new poll say they trust Anthony Fauci but not President Trump when it comes to information on the coronavirus as Fauci and administration officials increasingly butt heads over the seriousness of the pandemic.
According to a
survey from Quinnipiac University Poll released Wednesday, 67 percent of registered voters surveyed do not trust information Trump provides on the coronavirus, while 30 percent do. Meanwhile, 65 percent say they trust Fauci, the nation’s leading infectious disease expert, while 26 percent distrust the information he provides.
The poll comes as some members of the administration distance themselves from Fauci, who has offered a more cautious approach to reopening the country than many in the White House prefer.
"He may be out of the loop and in disfavor with the White House, but it's clear from the numbers, voters would like Dr. Fauci back on call," said Quinnipiac University polling analyst Tim Malloy.

https://thehill.com/homenews/admini...-voters-say-they-trust-fauci-dont-trust-trump

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Trump has consistently removed any person showing any sense of integrity or adulthood. Fauci's expertise and honesty make him a target for Trump's anger.
 

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Trump Official Resigns Over Executive Order 'Smokescreen' That Asks for 'Political Loyalty' From Advisers
Ronald Sanders, chairman of the Federal Salary Council (FSC), formally resigned from his position Monday, citing objections to an executive order issued by President
Donald Trump last week. The order calls for the removal of firing protections usually afforded to certain federal employees.

In a
letter confirming his departure, Sanders described the executive order, purportedly about holding federal employees more accountable, as a "smokescreen," veiling Trump's true intentions to expand control over federal workers through altered employment protections. He addressed the letter to John McEntee, director of the White House's presidential personnel office.

"There is some irony in this," Sanders wrote. "On its surface, the president's Executive Order purports to serve a legitimate and laudable purpose...that is, to hold career Federal employees 'more accountable' for their performance. That is something that I have spent most of my professional life—almost four decades in Federal service (over 20 as a member of the Senior Executive Service)—trying to do."

"However, it is clear that its stated purpose notwithstanding, the Executive Order is nothing more than a smokescreen for what is clearly an attempt to require the political loyalty of those who advise the President, or failing that, to enable their removal with little if any due process," Sanders continued.

https://www.newsweek.com/trump-offi...-that-asks-political-loyalty-advisers-1542223
 

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I was asked by Barbarian if I wanted to see evidence that he is racist, I said sure go ahead, I didn't get anything in response.

I gave you three and you ignored them. Here's just one, where even one of his fellow republicans admitted that it was racist:

He’s a Mexican,” Trump told CNN of Curiel. “We’re building a wall between here and Mexico. The answer is, he is giving us very unfair rulings — rulings that people can’t even believe.”

Curiel, it should be noted, is an American citizen who
was born in Indiana. And as a prosecutor in the late 1990s, he went after Mexican drug cartels, making him a target for assassination by a Tijuana drug lord.

Even members of Trump’s own party slammed the racist remarks.

“Claiming a person can’t do their job because of their race is sort of like the
textbook definition of a racist comment,” House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) said in a reaction to Trump’s comments, though he clarified that he still endorses the nominee.
https://www.huffpost.com/entry/donald-trump-racist-examples_n_56d47177e4b03260bf777e83
 

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I gave you three and you ignored them. Here's just one, where even one of his fellow republicans admitted that it was racist:

He’s a Mexican,” Trump told CNN of Curiel. “We’re building a wall between here and Mexico. The answer is, he is giving us very unfair rulings — rulings that people can’t even believe.”

Curiel, it should be noted, is an American citizen who
was born in Indiana. And as a prosecutor in the late 1990s, he went after Mexican drug cartels, making him a target for assassination by a Tijuana drug lord.

Even members of Trump’s own party slammed the racist remarks.

“Claiming a person can’t do their job because of their race is sort of like the
textbook definition of a racist comment,” House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) said in a reaction to Trump’s comments, though he clarified that he still endorses the nominee.
https://www.huffpost.com/entry/donal...b03260bf777e83
I've already addressed this "example" of racism. If you want to use this as an example of him suspecting the judge's allegiance, not due to his race, but due to his parents' native land of Mexico, OK you might have some traction there, but if the judge were Canadian and white and the situation were similar (like if we were building a border wall between us and Canada), he would have had the same view.

Nothing to do with race at all.
 

The Barbarian

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I've already addressed this "example" of racism. If you want to use this as an example of him suspecting the judge's allegiance, not due to his race, but due to his parents' native land of Mexico, OK you might have some traction there, but if the judge were Canadian and white and the situation were similar (like if we were building a border wall between us and Canada), he would have had the same view.

No, because Trump considers white people to be one race, and Hispanics to be a different race. Since there are no biological human races, all races are cultural constructs, which is what Trump was peddling here.

It has everything to do with Trump's racist dislike of Hispanics.
 

Idolater

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No, because Trump considers white people to be one race, and Hispanics to be a different race. Since there are no biological human races, all races are cultural constructs, which is what Trump was peddling here.

It has everything to do with Trump's racist dislike of Hispanics.
You've imported everything here into what he actually said and into who he actually is. You pretend to be able to determine his state of mind. Like a god.

Hard pass.
 

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One can draw inferences from behavior, yes.
THERE'S NO BEHAVIOR.

Look, we discussed this in another thread, apparently in one of your stubborn ears and out the other. We can draw inferences that a killing is a murder, beyond a reasonable doubt. But this inference starts with a killing, if there's no killing, then there's no question of whether you are a murderer or not.

That is how "one can draw inferences from behavior". What you imagine yourself to be doing is not that. You are doing what I said you are doing, playing god.
When a man tries to keep black people from renting his apartments, it's not hard to do
Cite to source demonstrating that he did such a thing because they are Black.
. Rational inferences are the way most prudent people make decisions in this world.
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