Fauci on the 'very, very upending' experience of the last 2 years: 'It has shaken me a bit'

Anthony Fauci.
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As the nation rapidly approaches year three of the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Anthony Fauci — President Biden's chief medical adviser and leader of the nation's pandemic response — is still wrapping his head about the "surrealistic" experience of the last two, The Washington Post reports.

"I would say I'm in a state of chronic exhaustion," the doctor, who reportedly hasn't had a day off since the beginning of the madness, told the Post. "But it's not exhaustion that's interfering with my function," he added, apparently fearful his words would get twisted by mal-intentioned pundits.

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