Anthony Fauci, United States’ top virologist and President Joe Biden’s advisor on the COVID-19 pandemic, is reportedly worth nearly $10 million. The wealth is shared with his wife, new documents have revealed.

The new reveal seems to be a part of the recent back and forth between Fauci and lawmaker Roger Marshall, who shared the financial figures. Fauci called Marshall– a member of the Republican party and a Kansas Senator— a “moron” on a public platform.

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“I obtained Dr. Fauci’s previously unpublished financial disclosures”, Marshall wrote in a tweet. He added, “Dr. Fauci was completely dishonest about his disclosures being readily accessible to the public which is why I am releasing them now.”

Fauci’s financial papers show that he made $434,312 in the year 2020 and is also likely to receive a hefty annual pension upon retirement, estimated to be around $350,000.

According to reports from New York Post, Fauci and his wife hold Atlas large-cap mutual funds, a tax-exempt municipal debt fund and Pimco’s investment-grade bond fund.

The documents revealed by the Kansas lawmaker reveal that funds, which include about $2.3 million in unrealised gains, have been stored in a variety of mutual funds.

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Fauci is also the highest-paid federal employee in the United States, even surpassing the financial obligations towards the President and the Vice President. The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director has a reported salary of $434,312.

A day after demanding the financial records of Fauci in a legislative testimony last week, Marshall wrote in a letter, “As a member of the committee directly responsible for the oversight of NIAID, I expect a direct, transparent, and honest answer. Instead, I was met with a personal insult, deflection, and counter question as to why financial disclosures are important”, according to reports from the Washington Examiner.