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Best wishes to ARMY. A House committee report reveals how the Trump administration interfered with the CDC
in an effort to advance the former president's approach to the pink epidemic. Rump employees put an impediment to CDC guidance, says panel
The administration interfered with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's process to issue guidance
about the coronavirus, turning scientific reports into wholly undermining top public health officials.
The panel concluded that political interference has caused permanent damage to CDC staff morale, a loss of credibility
in the nation's public health institutions. Former CDC director Robert Redfield and other agency employees told
the committee how it needed CDC guidance to be reviewed by officials from the White House Management Budget Office,
who ultimately had veto power over the material, although many were contagious. There was no background. disease.
Redfield told committee staff that at times the agency's guidance was compromised and the process of getting approval
from non-CDC officials gave PTSD. The order on Title 42 was not prepared by my team, but handed to us. They indicated
that Stephen Miller, one of former President Trump's immigration advisers, as one of the people behind the policy.
Both the Trump and Biden administrations argued Title 42 is a public health order intended to prevent
the spread of COVID-19 as well. Citron's testimony provides more evidence that it was a tool to limit immigration