Trump's doctor wouldn't say whether he had given the president a prescription for the drug or whether Trump was even taking it at all.
It's hard to find something on which Trump supporters aren't willing to blame Hillary Clinton and her emails, but this is particularly laughable.
Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) on Monday accused President Trump of “giving people false hope” after the president revealed earlier that he has been taking hydroxychloroquine despite a lack of evidence proving the drug to be
Fox News's Neil Cavuto pleaded with viewers not to listen to Trump because if you are in a vulnerable population because hydroxychloroquine will kill you.
The president’s new announcement suggests he’s trying to distract from his policy failures — and possibly even endangering his own life.
Donald Trump has shown time and again that he only has an interest in leading the parts of the country – the minority – that voted for him in 2016.
Trump has been touting the anti-malaria drug as a coronavirus cure despite no evidence that it's effective.
The president on Tuesday said he is taking unproven drug hydroxychloroquine as a preventative measure against the coronavirus. Joe Scarborough weighs in on the president's claims.
His announcement drew immediate criticism from a range of medical experts, who warned not just of the dangers it posed for the president’s health but also of the example it set.
Here are the facts on hydroxychloroquine, which the president has promoted to fight Covid-19 despite warnings from the F.D.A. that it can cause heart problems.
President Trump revealed that he’s been taking a hydroxychloroquine pill daily for roughly a week and a half, along with a dose of zinc.
More changes took effect on Wednesday, but vast discrepancies remain as states forge ahead after shutdowns. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin warns of “permanent damage” to the economy.
The Trump administration on Tuesday will announce one of the largest-ever contracts to bring pharmaceutical manufacturing from abroad to a new plant in Virginia.
The fragile foundation of evidence-based reality shoring up Donald Trump's life and presidency just got even more tenuous.
The Trump administration has gotten this pandemic wrong since day one. Months into the crisis, they still aren't even close to getting it right.
“I cannot stress this enough," warned Neil Cavuto about the anti-malaria drug the president has touted as a coronavirus cure, "this will kill you.”
President Trump slammed Fox News Monday night after host Neil Cavuto issued a warning for people to be careful about the potentially deadly effects of hydroxychloroquine for those with specific underlying health conditions.
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