Trump aide shares anti-Fauci cartoon drawn by artist barred from the White House over anti-Semitic tropes – POLITICO

Posted By on July 17, 2020

White House Social Media Director Dan Scavino. | Andrew Harnik/AP Photo

President Donald Trumps social media adviser posted a cartoon critical of Dr. Anthony Fauci on Facebook over the weekend, sharing the work of an artist who was barred from the White House last year for anti-Semitic imagery.

Dan Scavino, the Trump administration's deputy chief of staff for communications, posted a Ben Garrison cartoon to his Facebook page on July 12. The cartoon depicted the countrys top infectious disease expert as a faucet drowning Uncle Sam and the economy with demands to close schools, impose lockdowns and cancel the NFL season.

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Sorry, Dr. Faucet! At least you know if Im going to disagree with a colleague, such as yourself, its done publicly and not cowardly, behind journalists with leaks. See you tomorrow! Scavino wrote in the posts caption. Scavinos post garnered more than 12,000 reactions and 6,000 shares on Facebook.

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