Trump’s Inaccurate Claims on Hydroxychloroquine
Thursday, 21 May 2020
The president falsely described scientific research around the malaria drug, falsely denied the existence of a federal warning against it and argued, with no evidence, that large numbers of health care workers were taking it.
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