[PDF/ePUB] Silent Invasion – Deborah Birx

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Book summary of Silent Invasion by Deborah Birx

In late February 2020, Dr. Deborah Birx—a lifelong federal health official who had worked at the CDC, the State Department, and the US Army across multiple presidential administrations—was asked to join the Trump White House Coronavirus Task Force and assist the already faltering federal response to the Covid-19 pandemic. For weeks, she’d been raising the alarm behind the scenes about what she saw happening in public—from the apparent lack of urgency at the White House to the routine downplaying of the risks to Americans. Once in the White House, she was tasked with helping fix the broken federal approach and making President Trump see the danger this virus posed to all of us. Silent Invasion is the story of what she witnessed and lived for the next year—an eye-opening, inside account, detailed here for the first time, of the Trump Administration’s response to the greatest public health crisis in modern times. Regarded with suspicion in the West Wing from day one, Dr. Birx goes beyond the media speculation and political maneuvering to show what she was really up against in the Trump White House. Digging into the hard-fought victories, the costly mistakes, and the human drama surrounding the administration’s efforts, she examines the forces that crippled efforts to control the virus and explores why these blunders continue to haunt us today.

Details of e-book Silent Invasion

  • Author(s):
  • Title: Silent Invasion
  • Rating: 3.9 out of 5 base on 244 reviews
  • Publisher: Harper (April 26, 2022)
  • ISBN-10: 0063204231
  • ISBN-13: 9780063204232
  • Language: English
  • Print length: 528 pages
  • Categories: Medical Books