President Trump is lending a helping hand to Brazil in its fight against COVID-19. On Sunday, the White House announced that 2 million doses of hydroxychloroquine and 1,000 ventilators have been delivered to the country.
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For the past two months, OAN has been reporting on doctors who have prescribed hydroxychloroquine and patients who have said they survived coronavirus by taking the anti-malarial drug. One America’s Patrick Hussion sat down with Herring Networks CEO and OAN founder Robert Herring to discuss the matter.
The president has confirmed he will stop taking hydroxychloroquine pills within the next few days. On Wednesday, President Trump said he thinks his regimen will be finished in a day or two.
Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany has reaffirmed the benefits of the president’s use of hydroxychloroquine outweigh its risks. During a recent interview, she said that the FDA commissioner told her the anti-malaria drug has a long safety profile and that it’s okay to be used outside of hospitals, as long as there is a doctor’s prescription.
White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany said the president took the proper steps before getting on hydroxychloroquine.
President Trump’s physician touted the potential benefits of him taking hydroxychloroquine.
President Trump has criticized the testimony of HHS whistleblower Dr. Rick Bright. While departing for Pennsylvania this week, he called the ousted director of vaccine development a “disgruntled employee” and added he’s never met Bright.