Trump decides to replace the guard dog that has flagged shortages

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Trump decides to replace the guard dog that has flagged shortages:
On Friday night, President Trump moved to replace a top official in the Department of Health and Human Services who annoyed him
with a report last month detailing supply shortages and testing delays in hospitals during the coronavirus pandemic, “reports the New York Times.
“The White House waited until after business hours to announce the selection of a new departmental inspector general who, if approved, would
take over Christi Grimm me it, the principal deputy inspector general who had been publicly attacked by the president three weeks ago at a news briefing.”

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Author: Okoye Goodness

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