Trump Shared This Video of Doctors Saying Hydroxychloroquine Is a Coronavirus 'Cure'

Trump famously wondered out loud from the podium in a press briefing if

Breitbart Viral Video of 'False' COVID-19 Claims Removed on Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook

"I put them on hydroxychloroquine, I put them on zinc, I put them on Zithromax, and they are all well", said Immanuel, a Houston-based physician who said she was familiar with hydroxychloroquine from treating malaria patients in Nigeria. Julian Leibowitz, an expert in coronaviruses who is a professor of microbial pathogenesis and immunology at Texas A&M's College of Medicine, told AFP by email that "multiple studies have shown this to be wrong". She was featured on Fox News for claiming that stay-at-home orders are harmful since those orders had "no scientific basis" to show average Americans should worry about the coronavirus.

Immanuel however declared that "any study that says hydroxychloroquine doesn't work is fake science", and dismissed those calling for more extensive research on the subject as "fake doctors". The post was removed by Twitter on Monday.

"There is absolutely no evidence that hydroxychloroquine can help treat coronavirus at all", said Petr Horák, President of the European Association of Hospital Pharmacists.

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A Facebook spokesperson told CNN that the video was removed for sharing fake information related to coronavirus and claims connected "to myths debunked by the World Health Organization".

In Youtube, the video that had been viewed more than 40,000 times has also been removed for "violating YouTube's Community Guidelines" on the late evening of July 27.

Twitter's PR team, in response to false claims that it had permanently suspended Trump Jr.'s account, posted in a statement, "This account has not been permanently suspended". "We're taking action in line with our COVID misinformation policy", a Twitter spokesperson said.

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Before now, Trump bin defend di viral video afta im retweet am. "I reached out to her and said, 'Hey, I'm working on this effort and I'd like to talk to doctors, ' and we started emailing and talking, and as things have developed and she watched the virus, things have evolved", Martin said. I don't know why they took her off.

In the video, the Nigerian-born doctor - who says she "went to medical school in West Africa" but does not specify where - falsely claimed that face masks aren't necessary to stop the transmission of the virus.

Per CNN's account, the conservative website Breitbart News on Monday live-streamed video of an event featuring a group called "America's Frontline Doctors", held on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington.

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