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With the bombshell Fauci emails that have been released, one might have thought that the Biden team might have tried to distance itself from Fauci a bit.

But indeed, they seem to only be hugging him tighter.

Today, Joe Biden himself was questioned at his beach house in Rehoboth Beach. Yes, Grandpa Joe who pretends to be “middle class” not only has a mansion in Delaware and a sprawling mansion in McClean, Virginia, but he also a beach house as well where he is today.

After Biden made remarks and as he was departing the room, he was asked if he was “still” confident in Fauci. He then popped his head back into the room moments later to respond, “Yes, I am very confident in Dr. Fauci.”

That makes me wonder since, generally, his handlers don’t want him to be answering things, if he was nudged to come back out and say that.

But it’s a bad move if they continue to tie themselves to Fauci as more continues to come out.

This followed Jen Psaki’s defense of Fauci yesterday, which left a lot to be desired.

.@PressSec on Dr. Fauci’s emails.

“He’s been an undeniable asset in our country’s pandemic response but it’s obviously not that advantageous for me to re-litigate the substance of emails from 17 months ago.” pic.twitter.com/VnlAyTeTt8

— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) June 3, 2021

“Well, I think we’ve spoken to this pretty extensively from here. Let me just say on Dr. Fauci and his emails, he’s also spoken to this many, many times over the last – over the course of the last few days and we’ll let him speak for himself. And he’s been an undeniable asset in our country’s pandemic response. But it’s obviously not that advantageous for me to re-litigate the substance of emails from 17 months ago.

We’ve launched, based on the President’s direction, an entire internal review process to use all of the resources across government to get to the bottom of the origins, and that’s a 100-day process and we’ll look forward to providing – or 90 days,

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