Two weeks after Dr. Anthony Fauci jokingly said he wanted Brad Pitt to portray him on Saturday Night Live, his wish came true. On Saturday, Pitt kicked off SNL’s second at-home episode, which was without a host, in a cold open during which he portrayed the leader of the White House Coronavirus Task Force. Get push notifications with news, features and more. + Follow Following You’ll get the latest updates on this topic in your browser notifications. In an address about the coronavirus pandemic, Pitt’s Fauci responded to President Donald Trump’s recent comments. “There has been a lot of misinformation out there about the virus,” he said, adding that he wanted to clarify “what the president was trying to say.” And the NBC show used real footage of Trump’s speeches about the coronavirus, specifically how there would be a vaccine “relatively soon.” “Relatively soon is an interesting phrase. Relative to the entire history of Earth? Sure, the vaccine is going to come real fast. But if you were to tell a friend, ‘I’ll be over relatively soon’ and then showed up a year and a half later, well, your friend may be relatively pissed off,” Pitt as Fauci said. RELATED: Dr. Anthony… Read full this story
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