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Fauci, Birx's Warning To Trump About Tulsa Rally Fell On Deaf Ears

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Fauci, Birx's Warning To Trump About Tulsa Rally Fell On Deaf Ears

Fauci, Birx's Warning To Trump About Tulsa Rally Fell On Deaf Ears

White House coronavirus advisers Dr. Deborah Birx and Dr. Anthony Fauci weren't overly enthused about President Donald Trump's rally in Oklahoma.

According to Business Insider, they expressed fears the rally in Tulsa could be a COVID-19 superspreading event.

Attendees must sign a waiver that absolves the venue and the president's campaign of liability if a person is sickened because of the event.

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