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Despite White House Broadsides, Most Americans Stick by Fauci

NYTimes.com Friday, 17 July 2020
As President Trump and his allies have sown doubts about Dr. Anthony Fauci, many Republicans have turned against him. But over all, nearly two-thirds of the country expressed faith in Dr. Fauci.
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