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SPECIAL | Dr. Anthony Fauci on how COVID-19 and Trump turned him into a hero and villain The Excerpt

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Anthony Fauci was one of the nation’s leading public-health doctors, working on the world’s deadliest emerging infectious diseases, from AIDS to Zika. Then came COVID-19. He soon became a voice millions of Americans trusted -- a straight-talker even when his candor put him at odds with President Trump. But it also made him the target of conspiracy theories and worse. In an exclusive interview about Fauci's new memoir, “On Call: A Doctor’s Journey in Public Service,” USA TODAY Washington Bureau Chief Susan Page sits down with Fauci to talk about his years in public health and whether he will ever again feel safe. 




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Anthony Fauci was one of the nation’s leading public-health doctors, working on the world’s deadliest emerging infectious diseases, from AIDS to Zika. Then came COVID-19. He soon became a voice millions of Americans trusted -- a straight-talker even when his candor put him at odds with President Trump. But it also made him the target of conspiracy theories and worse. In an exclusive interview about Fauci's new memoir, “On Call: A Doctor’s Journey in Public Service,” USA TODAY Washington Bureau Chief Susan Page sits down with Fauci to talk about his years in public health and whether he will ever again feel safe. 




Episode Transcript available here

Also available at art19.com/shows/5-Things

See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

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