Virus coordinator Deborah Birx says she’ll RETIRE after ‘overwhelming’ scrutiny from ‘hypocritical’ Thanksgiving trip

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VIRUS coordinator Deborah Birx said she will retire after the “overwhelming” scrutiny she received from her “hypocritical” Thanksgiving trip.

Birx announced her plans on Tuesday, but has not yet set a date for her resignation.


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“I will be helpful in any role that people think I can be helpful in, and then I will retire,” Birx told Newsy.

The news comes just days after the Associated Press reported that Birx visited her family on the day after Thanksgiving.

The news wire reported that Birx traveled to one of her vacation properties on Fenwick Island in Delaware.

She was accompanied by three generations of her family from two households. Birx, her husband Paige Reffe, a daughter, son-in-law and two young grandchildren were present.

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