After the OBAMAGATE Twitter storm by the President, he has now posted a series of angry messages against Fox News and its host Neil Cavuto. Trump started a flurry of posts after the host dissed him for his claims that he'd be taking hydroxychloroquine as the preventive measure to fight against coronavirus. President Trump told the reporters that he is taking hydroxychloroquine with other combinations of medicines. Public health experts expressed their concern over Trump's remarks as there is considerably no evidence suggesting that hydroxychloroquine can be used to treat COVID-19 effectively.
Health experts also warned that the President's constant praise could evaporate the stocks, and patients who actually need it to treat diseases like malaria, lupus, and rheumatoid arthritis will have to suffer. In his show, Cavuto said - "President Trump claimed that the usage of hydroxychloroquine has a lot of benefits for patients trying to prevent or are already affected by the coronavirus. When President said, 'What have you got to lose with the use of the drug?', a wide range of studies cautioned about the side effects, and the American people can lose one thing: their lives." He further continued - "If the drug is used as a preventive measure to fight against the virus or to deal with the virus and you are one of the persons in this vulnerable population, it will kill you. I can't stress this point enough. This will kill you."
Trump was busy on Twitter retweeting half a dozen tweets attacking Fox News host Neil Cavuto; the tweets included words like - "idiot," "an asshole," and "foolish." Trump also posted his own tweet dissing the Fox News network, which traditionally supported the coverage for Trump. He posted, "We miss the great Roger Ailes," the President wrote. "You have more anti-Trump people, by far, than ever before. Looking for a new outlet!" Ailes was the head of Fox News network previously and resigned in 2016 after he faced multiple sexual harassment allegations. Ailes advised Trump in his debate preparations during the 2016 Presidential elections.Dr. Dhillon Randeep
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