On Sunday, President Donald Trump told his Florida rally supporters that he would “listen to their advice” to fire Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s leading infectious disease expert, if he is re-elected for a second term.

Fauci has had a history of disagreeing with Trump’s various comments regarding the pandemic and the coronavirus death toll.

In his rally at Opa-locka, Florida, Trump  promised, “We’re going to have a safe vaccine that ends the pandemic.”

Trump has actively visited key battleground states days before the election. Despite the rising number of deaths related to COVID-19, he repeated his complaints about discussing the pandemic too often and asserted that his opponents would not care about the pandemic if it were not for the election.

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The Florida crowd began to chant “fire Fauci” after Trump’s statements.

In response, the president said, “I appreciate the advice. I appreciate the advice.”

“No, he’s been wrong though a lot. He’s a nice man though. He’s been wrong on a lot,” he added.

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