White House blocks Fauci from attending House hearing


Anthony Fauci as a witness at next week's Labor-HHS-Education Subcommittee hearing on COVID-19 response. "We are committed to working with Congress to offer testimony at the appropriate time", Deere commented. Hollander said the panel was informed by an administration official Fauci's testimony was blocked by the White House.

Although the House is out of session next week on the recommendation of the Capitol physician, its committees are seeking to resume oversight, including remotely.

Fauci, a key member of the White House coronavirus task force, is seen as a reliable source of information by people in the United States, where almost 65,000 people have died from the coronavirus.

Fauci is the top scientist on President Donald Trump's Coronavirus Task Force and is no stranger to testifying before Congress. "I am not overly confident right now at all that we have what it takes to do that. We are doing better, and I think we are going to get there, but we are not there yet".

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Fauci has warned against relaxing social distancing rules that have helped slow the spread of the virus but caused a major hit to the economy.

Anthony Fauci on its list of people to speak on the Trump administration's response to the coronavirus-but it looks at the moment like that appearance won't be happening. He pointed to "clear-cut, significant, positive effect in diminishing the time to recovery" of hospitalized coronavirus patients.

This came in response to House Appropriations Subcommittee hearing next week, which will focus on the administration's response to the coronavirus. That number has ballooned to over 1 million cases and at least 64,000 deaths as of May 1. And over the long-term, we need ensure lasting investments in our public health infrastructure are made instead of reacting to public health crises when they arise.

"The people of this country deserve a federal government that is up-to-date, modernized, and prepared to protect lives", the two representatives wrote. According to Deputy Press Secretary Judd Deere, it would be "counterproductive" for Dr. Fauci to appear before the lower chamber.