WASHINGTON — Dr. Anthony Fauci says he will likely step down before the end of President Joe Biden’s first term.  The 81 year old director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases did not set a specific date, however.

Fauci has spent years responding to rumors of his retirement.  After serving as the top medical adviser to two presidents he now says the end is near.

The “New York Times” says his decision comes and goes in direct proportion to how much criticism he is getting.  He now says he has a time frame in mind for the end of his long government career.

If he follows through with his most recent comments he will leave by January 2025, the end of  Biden’s current term.

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