Trump hinted: Fire fudge after the election

According to the associated press in Washington, U.S. President trump hinted in the early morning of 2 local time that he would fire Anthony forge, director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases and senior infectious disease expert, after the US election on March 3. Novel coronavirus pneumonia reported to Trump in 2 hours ago in Florida,

reported that after the election day, the media coverage of the new crown pneumonia epidemic will be reduced. The comments sparked calls from supporters to “fire fudge.”. According to the report, Fudge said trump ignored his proposal to control the new coronavirus and said he had not spoken to trump for more than a month. Fudge warned that the United States will enter a challenging winter if more measures are not taken quickly to delay the spread of the epidemic.