Peter Navarro, a former adviser to Donald Trump, says he has twice urged him to fire “evil” Anthony Foucault.

Joshua Zutser.

Peter Navarro (center) says he asked former President Donald Trump (left) to fire Dr. Anthony Fookie (right). Getty Images

  • Peter Navarro, a former White House trade adviser, called Dr. Anthony Fookie “evil.”

  • In an interview, he claimed that he had twice asked former President Donald Trump to fire Foucault.

  • Navarro said he did not accuse Trump of not firing Foucault, but added that it was a mistake for the Republic.


Peter Navarro, a former White House trade adviser, claims to have asked former President Donald Trump to fire Dr. Anthony Fookie on at least two occasions.

According to Fox News, Niwaro, who was discussing his new book “In Trump Time,” said the media praised the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases as a “God-like” figure.

The former trade adviser, on the other hand, has a less favorable view of Foucault. “That man is bad,” he said in an interview Wednesday. “Make no mistake about it. He’s wicked.”

After disagreeing about the travel ban, Navarro recalled how he once entered into a “screaming match” within three minutes of meeting Foucault.

“I came out of there thinking, ‘Wow, that guy thinks he’s smarter than himself. More importantly, he’s going to hurt us and the president,'” Navarro said. ‘

The former trade adviser said he had asked Trump to fire Fuki at least twice. He added that he did not accuse the former president of not following his advice, but called it a mistake for the republic.

Insider Brian Metzer reports that Trump and Fookie have a history of fighting. Fuki often opposed the former president’s optimistic assessment of the epidemic, while Trump called Fuki a “disaster.”

In November 2020, Trump suggested that he plan to fire Foucault after election day.

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