Who’s right on schools, Fauci or Trump?

President Trump’s objection to Dr. Anthony Fauci’s comments about exercising caution about reopening schools is one that many Americans might sympathize with — they are in an unsolvable bind and are truly suffering. But a real president would do more than just dispute or dismiss Fauci — he would try to alleviate some of that suffering while keeping as many Americans as possible safe, says Peter Bergen.

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