Fauci Predicted ‘Surprise Infectious Disease Outbreak’ During Trump Presidency In 2017

“There is no question that there will be a challenge to the coming administration in the arena of infectious diseases,” said Dr. Anthony Fauci.

USA Today admitted in July 2020 that Dr. Anthony Fauci said there is “no question” that a “surprise infectious disease outbreak” would occur during Donald Trump’s presidency back in 2017.

The report verifies that Fauci publicly warned of a surprise disease outbreak just ten days before President Donald Trump took office on January 20, adding that he was “extraordinarily confident” that such an outbreak would come “in the next few years.” An excerpt of the USA Today “fact check” reads as follows:

Students and global health experts gathered to encourage the then-incoming Trump administration to “plan accordingly,” according to Georgetown University Medical Center. The event, held Jan. 10, 2017, was organized by the Center for Global Health Science and Security in partnership with the Harvard Global Health Institute.

“There is no question that there will be a challenge to the coming administration in the arena of infectious diseases,” Fauci said during his “Pandemic Preparedness in the Next Administration” speech, which came shortly before Trump’s inauguration on Jan. 20. He added, “the thing we’re extraordinarily confident about is that we’re going to see this in the next few years.”