President Donald Trump went into a Twitter frenzy on Monday night, with Drs. Anthony Fauci retweeted the post misleading the nation on hydroxychloroquine and a doctor’s video claimed that the drug is a ‘cure’ for the virus.
On his Twitter, Mr. Trump retweeted a post claiming that the country’s leading expert on infectious diseases, Dr. Anthony Fauci has led the country in the wrong direction by refusing to support the use of anti-malarial drugs in combating COVID-19.
Trump was a major promoter of hydroxychloroquine and repeatedly pushed it as a therapeutic treatment for coronovirus, which has caused more than 4.2 million infections in the US and killed more than 148,000 people, even though federal drugs The administration has warned that the drug has harmful side effects.
‘Dr. Fauci has misled the American public on a number of issues, but in particular, over rejecting #hydroxychloroquine and calling Remedisvir the new gold standard,’ Retweet said.
President Donald Trump went into a Twitter frenzy on Monday night, sharing a condemnation of the post praising the controversial drug hydroxychloroquine only for the treatment of COVID-19 for some posts that have been removed for covovirus misinformation.
She shared this retweet claiming that Drs. Anthony Fauci is ‘misleading’ the country by rejecting hydroxychloroquine and supporting Remedisvir
Trump and Fauci’s heads are butted, as they led a coronovirus briefing in the spring and disagreed on how to deal with the epidemic and what measures to support.
Trump posted two posts of a doctor’s speech on Capitol Hill’s dubious claim, claiming that the anti-malarial drug is a ‘cure’ for the hydroxychloroquine virus.
Those videos were later taken up by Twitter, citing the wrong video after Trump shared it with his 84 million followers.
The president has come into heat to deal with the coronovirus crisis and has in recent weeks tried to improve his reputation by canceling single coronovirus briefings, some campaign events, and wearing masks in public.
He is back to campaign about the benefits of the drug he had famous for two weeks as a preventive measure against the virus.
However, the Federal Drug Administration recommended the emergency use of hydroxycloquine, citing safety concerns about harmful side effects.
Trump in front of the US Capitol on Friday, Dr. Two videos of Stella Emmanuel were also retweeted, in which others were describing themselves as ‘America’s Frontline Doctors’. They claimed that the anti-malarial drug hydroxychloroquine is effective in the treatment of COVID-19, despite other medical research
Donald Trump shared the video of his speech twice, but the clip was taken by Twitter both times, citing a violation of the Coronovirus misinformation policy by the platform.
In May, the World Health Organization stopped its hydroxychloroquine test. The National Institutes for Health stopped their testing in June after determining ‘no benefit’ in the patients included in the study.
On his Monday Twitter, Mr. Trump called Dr. Retweeted a video of Stella Emanuel claiming that they are hydroxychloroquine in fighting the virus.
The video was published by right-wing media outlet Breitbart News and while holding a press conference in front of the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC on Friday, Emmanuel and others described themselves as ‘America’s frontline doctors’.
He gave the slogan of ‘fake doctors’ who doubt the efficacy of the drug, and claimed that it was a ‘cure’, ‘you need a mask’.
He said that if some bogus science comes out and we have studied and they have come to know that it does not work, then I can tell you that it is clearly fake science.
‘I want to know who conducted that study and who is behind it. Because I have no way of treating and counting 350 patients and no one is dead, ‘he said of how he allegedly treated patients with hydroxychloroquine and zithromax with zinc.
Trump made a condemnation of all posts Monday night in support of the controversial drug, despite science and medical tests proving that it is not helpful in combating the virus.
In May, the World Health Organization stopped its hydroxychloroquine test. The National Institute for Health similarly halted its trial in June to determine if there was ‘no benefit’ in the patients who studied.
However, her claims are contrary to extensive tests conducted in relation to the drug.
The video of his fiery speech was shared on Twitter where it was viewed more than 14 million times on Monday, partly due to publicity by far-flung news organizations, but was later taken down by Twitter.
Facebook and YouTube also started pulling videos of her claims, claiming that it was spreading misinformation about the epidemic.
Oliver Darcy of CNN took to Twitter to highlight Trump’s controversial post, stating that ‘videos shared by Trump are no longer available.’
He added, “Twitter reviews the video, but it is worth noting that its various versions have received hundreds of thousands of views on this platform and more than one has been retweeted by the President of the United States,” They said.
Trump was a major promoter of hydroxychloroquine and repeatedly pushed it as a therapeutic treatment for coronovirus, which infects more than 4.2 million in the US and killed more than 148,000, even as the Federal Drug Administration warned Is that the drug has harmful side effects.
Twitter later took it for its COVID-19 misinformation policy.
Similar videos of Emanuel’s speech were shared on Facebook on Monday.
With more than 14 million views and nearly 600,000 shares, according to Facebook-owned data-analytics company CrowdTangle, it became one of the top-performing posts on Facebook before being removed on Monday night for promoting wrong performance.
A Facebook spokesperson told CNN on the clip’s removal: ‘We removed this video for sharing misinformation about the treatment and treatment of COVID-19.’
The spokesman said that Facebook ‘is showing messages in the news feed to those who have reacted to the misinformation related to the harmful COVID-19 we removed, from myths disputed by WHO Have added.