By Jack Davis
Dr. Anthony Fauci was dubbed an “American hero” on Thursday as he accompanied first lady Jill Biden for a photo op of children being vaccinated against the coronavirus.
“Did you meet our American hero?” Biden asked as she introduced Fauci to the staff of the Children’s National Hospital in Washington, D.C., and to children gathered for their shots, according to The Hill.
The photo op’s light tone was briefly interrupted when the first lady was asked about reports that she had some profane things to say about Vice President Kamala Harris after a 2019 Democratic presidential debate in which Harris — a candidate at the time — took President Joe Biden to task over his past positions on busing.
“My goodness, that was two years ago. We have moved on from that. So, now we are here to do vaccinations. We have hope. Look at all of the people who have come. They’re going to tell other people in the communities,” Jill Biden said.
“And we have Dr. Fauci here which is — who doesn’t love Dr. Fauci?” the first lady added. “I think everybody in America loves Dr. Fauci.” During the event, Fauci said there should be enough vaccines to provide shots to all American children by the end of the year. “It’s coming soon,” he said.
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