Dr. Birx: Trump presented graphs 'I never made'

"I saw the President present graphics that I never made ..."
Dr. Deborah Birx, the former coronavirus response coordinator under former President Donald Trump, announced on Sunday that the White House was using data and graphs that she had not prepared.
"So, I know someone out there or someone inside created a parallel set of data and graphs that were shown to the President. I still don't know who to this day, but I know what I sent and I know what was in his hands was different from that. "
Dr. Birx, of CBS's Face the Nation that she was "always" considering quitting, said her greatest regret was not to speak.
"I always feel like I could have done more, been more open, maybe spoken more publicly. I didn't know all the consequences of all these problems."
When asked if she believed the Biden administration was doomed to fail by the Trump White House's response to the virus, Dr. Birx said: "If I thought that was true, I wouldn't be sleeping now."
At another Sunday exhibit, President Joe Biden's chief of staff Ron Klain said there was no distribution plan for the coronavirus vaccine established by the Trump administration as the virus has raged in Trump's office for the past few months.
After his inauguration last week, Biden signed a number of executive orders, including some aimed at vaccine distribution.
This after the Trump administration fell far short of its vaccination promises.
As of Thursday, less than half of the nearly 38 million doses of vaccine shipped by the federal government to date had actually made it into Americans' arms.
With around 25 million known cases, the United States is the nation hardest hit by COVID-19. As of Sunday morning, the US had recorded more than 417,000 deaths from the virus. It leads the world in the daily average number of new deaths, which is one in five worldwide reported deaths.
Video transcript
DEBORAH BIRX: I saw the President come up with graphics that I never did.
- Dr. Deborah Birx, the former coronavirus response coordinator under former President Donald Trump, announced on Sunday that the White House was using data and graphs that she had not prepared.
DEBORAH BIRX: I know someone or someone out there or someone inside created a parallel set of data and graphs that were shown to the President. I know what I sent up, and I know what was in his hands was different.
- Who did that?
DEBORAH BIRX: To this day I don't know.
- Dr. Birx, who told CBS's Face the Nation that she was always thinking of quitting, said her greatest regret was not to speak.
DEBORAH BIRX: I always have the feeling that I could have done more, been more open, maybe could have spoken more publicly. I didn't know all of the consequences of all of these problems.
- When asked if she believed the Biden administration was doomed by the Trump White House's response to the virus, Dr. Birx this.
DEBORAH BIRX: If I thought that was true, I wouldn't be sleeping now.
- At another Sunday exhibit, President Joe Biden's Chief of Staff Ron Klain said there was no distribution plan for the coronavirus vaccine established by the Trump administration as the virus has raged Trump in office for the past few months.
JOE BIDEN: We're going to move heaven and earth to get more people vaccinated.
- After his inauguration last week, Biden signed a number of rulings, including some aimed at vaccine distribution after the Trump administration fell far short of its vaccination promises. As of Thursday, less than half of the nearly 38 million doses of vaccine shipped by the federal government to date had actually made it into Americans' arms.
With around 25 million known cases, the United States is the nation hardest hit by COVID-19. As of Sunday morning, the US had recorded more than 417,000 deaths from the virus. It leads the world in the daily average number of new deaths, which is one in five worldwide reported deaths.
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