Former Vice President Mike Pence blamed the Biden administration and Dr. Anthony Fauci for mismanaging the COVID-19 response that had been established under the Trump administration.

Pence, while promoting his new memoir "So Help Me God," told NBC News that Fauci's role changed after Biden replaced former President Donald Trump.

"I think in the early days of the coronavirus task force, Dr. Fauci was a great source of comfort to millions of Americans," Pence said Sunday on "Meet the Press."

"He had an easygoing bedside manner through which he communicated at the podium. And as I said, we had a good rapport in those days. Because Dr. Fauci, in my time leading the task force, always stayed in his lane."... Read More: Newsmax