Dr. Anthony Fauci: I have not been misleading the American public

Trump Pushes Hyrdoxychloroquine Conspiracy

Dr. Anthony Fauci: I have not been misleading the American public

Donald Trump Jr, son of the US President, was temporarily suspended from Twitter on Tuesday after posting a misleading video about Covid-19.

Andrew Surabian, a top aide to Trump Jr., said in a statement to Business Insider that Twitter's move is evidence the company is "committing election interference to stifle Republican voices".

Trump Jr's tweet has been removed from his page as well, and he will not be able to use his account in full for the next 12 hours.

A tweet from the president's son, Donald Trump Jr., describing one version of the video as a "must watch!"

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According to the website for America's Frontline Doctors, the group is led by Dr. Simone Gold, a Los Angeles-based emergency medicine specialist who has previously been featured on Fox News for her views that stay-at-home orders are harmful.

In another video shared widely on Twitter by a pro-Trump non-profit, Immanuel claims Fauci and CNN anchors are secretly taking hydroxychloroquine and challenges them to give her a urine sample. The National Institutes of Health and the Food and Drug Administration have said the drug is not likely to be effective.

Facebook later removed the video, which it says shared "false information about cures and treatments for COVID-19". According to The Daily Beast, she's published blog posts and sermons talking about demon sex corrupting humans, and alien DNA being used in treatments. The World Health Organization also said it would discontinue its own tests of hydroxychloroquine.

'While Twitter reviews the video, it's worth noting that various versions of it have received hundreds of thousands of views on this platform and more than one has been retweeted to the public by the President of the United States, ' he added.

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"I have not been misleading the American public under any circumstances", Fauci told ABC's "Good Morning America" program.

The video accumulated over 17 million views on Facebook within 8 hours and had 185,000 concurrent viewers at the time it was streamed. Twitter instead removed the post in question from all of the president's accounts.

A lab-coated woman in the video claims, "This virus has a cure, it's called hydroxychloroquine, zinc, and Zithromax", and says that masks aren't necessary because this "cure" exists.

Others in the video claimed that "many thousands of physicians [have] been silenced", that hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine are "the same", and the coronavirus "is not that novel" although the virus has never been seen in humans before.

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It contained material where these people claimed masks were not needed and that hydroxychloroquine was a "cure", the report said.

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