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Matthew McConaughey might be known for his laid back style, being one of the coolest people to come from the state of Texas, and for being the unofficial spokesperson for the University of Texas. But here we get to see a more philosophical side of Mr. McConaughey.

Recently, Matthew McConaughey has become very upset with how political the coronavirus has become, and many will agree. So he reached out to ask if he could interview Dr. Anthony Fauci on his Instagram page?  Dr. Fauci agreed to it.

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Here is the interview of Matthew McConaughey and Dr. Fauci that McConaughey posted on his Instagram page yesterday.

 


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