Trump publicly criticized Fauci again and called his congressional testimony 'wrong!'

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President Donald Trump on Saturday once again publicly broke with Dr. Anthony Fauci, calling the epidemiologist's congressional testimony on Friday "wrong!"

Fauci testified Friday before a House subcommittee investigating Trump's handling of coronavirus.

He said the US had only shut down its economy by about 50 compared to 95 in European countries.

Trump and Fauci have repeatedly clashed, with the president last month referring to Fauci as an "alarmist" and wondering why Fauci had a higher approval rating than he did.

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President Donald Trump on Saturday once again publicly broke with Dr. Anthony Fauci, the leading US expert on coronavirus, questioning Fauci's assessment of why the US is facing a more severe outbreak than European countries.

During his testimony Friday before a House subcommittee that's investigating the Trump administration's response to COVID-19, Fauci explained why he believed the US was dealing with an ongoing surge of coronavirus infections, while European countries that were hardest-hit early on have seen more success in mitigating their spread. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Why electric planes haven't taken off yetSee Also:'You're putting words in my mouth': Fauci and Rep. Jim Jordan clash over police-brutality protests at House coronavirus hearingTrump says to 'read the manuals' when asked who told him that you can 'test too much' for COVID-19Fights over liability protections, unemployment benefits, and hazard pay are keeping Democrats and Republicans from reaching a deal on the next coronavirus stimulus