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Dr. Anthony Fauci fought a White House order to withdraw research funding for a foundation affiliated with the Wuhan Institute of Virology in April of last year, but “reluctantly agreed” after learning that President Donald Trump had specifically ordered it.
The bombshell claim was made in a new book detailing how the Trump administration responded to the onset of the global pandemic.
Following allegations tying the research to the Chinese facility at the core of the “lab leak hypothesis,” the White House pressured the National Institutes of Health to withdraw funding for a project studying how coronaviruses move from sick bats to humans.
This all happened as Dr. Fauci was working behind the scenes to discredit the theory that China was to blame for the global pandemic.
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