ICYMI it yesterday, there’s was a bit of a (made up) media firestorm after President Trump criticized Dr. Anthony Fauci’s answer on opening schools in America from his Senate hearing on Tuesday:

But as the media continues to try to get the president and Dr. Fauci to get into a fight, Dr. Scott Gottlieb pointed out on CNBC this morning that it’s likely to be a local decision and schools should attempt to open up in the fall:

He warned that this 2nd wave, if it hits at all, might be after schools open and the decision on closing schools will be made at the local level. From CNBC:

“If the disease is epidemic within a state or a local community, the decision’s probably going to be made to close the schools. I don’t think this is a national-level decision at this point,” he said.

And:

Watch:

At some point maybe the media will figure out that what President Trump is saying isn’t really that controversial? More from President Trump and schools from his interview on Fox Business:

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