The Trump administrator ignored Covid-19's warnings that a vaccine official expelled from the U.S. USA

WASHINGTON: An official expelled from the United States Vaccine Agency filed a complaint of wrongdoing alleging that his first warnings about the case were ignored and that he was cautious about treatment favored by the President. Donald trump led to their elimination.

Rick Bright, former director of the Advanced Biomedical Research and Development Authority (), said in the complaint Tuesday that he expressed concern about the United States' readiness for the coronavirus starting in January, but was received with indifference which was later it turned into hostility by the leaders of the Department of Health and Human Services, the Xinhua News Agency reported.

Bright said he is seeking reinstatement as BARDA director and requested a full investigation, according to a CNN report.

Bright was reassigned to a narrower position in the National Institutes of Health when he was removed on April 20 from the position he had served since 2016.

His attorneys argued that Bright's removal from office amounts to a violation of the Whistleblower Protection Act, claiming that Bright has been involved in numerous cases of protected activity.