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Ex-Pence adviser says Trump’s Fauci ad is a ‘gross’ example of a White House with ‘no regard for the truth’

Olivia Troye, a former member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, is calling the Trump campaign’s decision to use an edited clip of Dr. Anthony Fauci in a new ad “gross and upsetting and typical of a White House that has no regard for the truth.”

Before resigning in July, Troye served as Vice President Mike Pence’s homeland security and counterterrorism adviser, and was his lead staffer on the task force. She began speaking out against the Trump administration last month, releasing an ad with the Republican Voters Against Trump organization that slammed the president for not taking COVID-19 seriously.

Fauci is the nation’s top infectious disease expert, and for a new ad, the Trump campaign spliced together Fauci’s words in an attempt to make it sound like he was praising the president’s response to the coronavirus pandemic. Fauci said on Sunday his words were used out of context and without his permission, and over the course of his career he has “never publicly endorsed any political candidate.” On Monday, he called on the campaign to take down the ad.

Troye was shocked by the ad, and in response she quickly filmed a new video for Republican Voters Against Trump, which was released on Monday night. In it, Troye explains that she worked side-by-side with Fauci on the coronavirus task force, and she “witnessed Donald Trump and senior White House officials routinely sideline and discredit Dr. Fauci, both privately and publicly, and now the Trump campaign is twisting Dr. Fauci’s words in a campaign ad for their own political gain.”

This is “gross and upsetting and typical of a White House that has no regard for the truth,” Troye continues. “For Donald Trump, it’s always about him. For Dr. Fauci, it’s always been about serving the American people. Join

Cafe slapped with a whopping fine after inspection found the kitchen was dirty and gross

Swanky cafe is slapped with a whopping fine after routine inspection found the kitchen looked like THIS

  • An inspector was completing an audit of a cafe and bakery in Brisbane
  • The cafe’s director and part-owner failed to carry out pest control in July 2018
  • Inspectors found unidentifiable matter in a drain, on bread pans and on the floor 

A trendy cafe has been slapped with a hefty fine after a routine inspection found the kitchen in a shocking state. 

The eatery in Brisbane’s north-east was hit with a $13,000 fine for failing to comply with the Food Act following a routine audit in July 2018. 

Brisbane City Council barrister Greg McGuire told the Magistrates Court cockroaches was found throughout the premises, the Courier Mail reported.

A fancy cafe has been slapped with a hefty fine after a routine inspection found the kitchen was so dirty it was rife with cockroaches

It was rife with cockroaches

A fancy cafe and bakery has been slapped with a hefty fine after a routine inspection found the kitchen was so dirty it was rife with cockroaches 

Inspectors found the cafe’s director and part-owner had failed to carry out pest control after noticing the insects two days earlier.

They also found unidentifiable matter in a drain as well as in bread pans, on the floor and walls in parts of the premises.

When confronted one of the part-owners they said ‘we don’t take them very lightly at all, because we deal with people’s lives.’

He claimed to have already booked in pest control for the next day, and admitted the situation was ‘unbelievably unacceptable’. 

In Brisbane Magistrates Court on Thursday, the part-owner pleaded guilty to four counts each of failing to comply with the Food Act.  

They also found unidentifiable matter in a drain as well as in bread pans and on the floor and walls in parts of the premises

They also found unidentifiable matter in a drain as well as in bread pans and on the floor and