The New York Post published a bombshell on Saturday, reporting that former President Trump wanted to “publicly grill” Dr. Anthony Fauci over the theory that COVID-19 escaped from a lab in Wuhan, China but he was stopped from doing so by senior members of his own administration:

The NY Post is reporting details from a new book out in September titled, “What Really Happened In Wuhan: The cover-ups, the conspiracies and the classified research” by Sharri Markson:

President Trump wanted to haul Dr. Anthony Fauci in front of a presidential commission to give evidence about funding the Wuhan laboratory suspected of leaking COVID-19.

Advanced plans were underway for the special presidential panel, with an executive order even drawn up to hold China and its collaborators accountable and tally a reparations bill to fire off to Beijing.

Trump’s senior advisers talked him out of the idea as it was about to be announced, according to insider accounts detailed in a soon-to-be-released book on the origins of COVID-19, “What Really Happened in Wuhan.”

Newsmax’s Emerald Robinson is calling for this to be “investigated further” and called out Larry Kudlow and Mike Pompeo specifically:

That’s a good question not only for Pompeo but for everyone else in the WH who stymied the president: