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Thirty-eight years after he assumed leadership of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases — and two years and 10 months into his reign as arguably the single most powerful unelected official in the United States since World War II — Dr. Anthony Fauci is hanging up his bureaucratic boots. As he said he would, the president’s chief medical adviser is stepping down this December.

Just think: No more flip-flopping on whether we need to wear a mask today. No more correcting the president on whether the pandemic is over or not — even though the pandemic has been over for almost every American for some time now.

No more Christmas appearances on CNN, telling the kiddies that Santa Claus was vaxxed and boosted:

What’ll we ever do without him?

Well, never fear, America: This likely isn’t the last you’ll hear of Anthony Fauci. Only, he’ll neither be the chief medical adviser to President Joe Biden or the enforcer of the North Pole’s vaccine mandate. Instead, he will likely be a target of GOP investigations into his time as what amounted to the country’s COVID czar when the Republicans take over the House come January.

And, wouldn’t you know it, the White House doesn’t want Fauci answering questions about that, as evinced by his final media briefing at the White House on Tuesday.

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