Special Report: HHS chief Azar had aide, former dog breeder, steer pandemic task force
Wednesday, 22 April 2020 On January 21, the day the first U.S. case of coronavirus was reported, the secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services appeared on Fox News to report the latest on the disease as it ravaged China. Alex Azar, a 52-year-old lawyer and former drug industry executive, assured Americans the U.S. government was prepared.
Health and Human Services Chief Alex Azar is a Republican lawyer who worked as a drug industry lobbyist and executive for Eli Lilly. After President Donald Trump’s first HHS secretary was forced out in a travel corruption scandal, Azar stepped in, in January, 2018. Two years later, Azar appointed...
The World Health Organization invited President Donald Trump to address a virtual gathering but he denied. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar echoed Trump’s past statements of WHO as the reason why Trump declined. Azar claims the WHO failed to provide accurate information on COVID-19 at the start of the outbreak. According to Business Insider, Azar said the failure to do so “cost many lives.” He said: “WHO must change and it must become far more transparent and far more accountable.
U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar on Thursday disputed whistleblower Richard Bright's testimony before a House of Representatives panel about the Trump administration's response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Dramatic testimony is expected Thursday from an ousted health official who has accused the Trump administration of downplaying the coronavirus threat - and says he was pushed out when he voiced concerns. Lisa Bernhard has more.
President Donald Trump spoke out about the ousted health official who filed a whistleblower’s complaint. The whistleblower said the administration retaliated against him when he voiced concern about the coronavirus. Rick Bright was the director of a U.S. agency responsible for developing drugs to fight the coronavirus outbreak. In January he wanted to urgently address the pandemic but received resistance from HHS Secretary Alex Azar.
US President Donald Trump has downplayed recent surges in COVID-19 cases in some states, and clearly wants to get Americans back to work. But according to CNN, the nation's top infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, isn't on the same page. Dr. Fauci joined the DHHS's podcast 'Learning Curve' to offer his expertise on the novel coronavirus pandemic and the vaccine development process.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services issued a rule on Friday that would lift anti-discrimination protections under Obamacare for transgender people and women seeking abortions, drawing condemnation from Democratic lawmakers. This report produced by Jonah Green.
Joe Biden has not selected a vice president for his 2020 campaign. He pledged to chose a woman for his ticket. Elizabeth Warren is campaigning hard to be Biden's running mate. But, a new poll of Democratic voters could be bad news for the senator. According to Fox News 19% found her to be a “not acceptable” choice, the highest negative rating of any of the 11 candidates listed. Her negative views rose among white voters.
Comedy Central is reviving 'Beavis and Butt-Head,' Fox News says that it has fired Ed Henry over sexual misconduct claims and Jennifer Aniston has a clear message for everyone right now: just wear a mask.
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