Philadelphia (CBS) – On Talk Radio 1210 WPHT, Dom Giordano hosted a forum at LaSalle University to address Ebola and talked to Associate Professor of Political Science Dr. Michael J. Boyle about political fallout from the virus.
Boyle said President Obama intervened in the crises because he was unhappy with governmental reaction.
“The evidence suggests that Obama was very angry at the response of the [Center for Disease Control] and he was very angry about the lack of control for medical personnel who have come back from those areas and it struck me when he appointed Ron Klain as the kind of bureaucratic fixer, that he is less looking for a medical health professional than some who could fix the government bureaucracy, that his diagnosis was the government was broken, not that the response was.”
However, by doing so, he believes the President now assumes all the political risk associated…
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