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Allison Langdon told the Liberal MP to "be quiet" after he continued spreading COVID-19 misinformation.
There's "no evidence" to show the anti-malarial drug is effective in treating COVID-19, Adm. Brett Giroir said.
The top US infectious disease expert, responding to Trump's latest touting of the drug, cites clinical trials that have found it ineffective.
The House speaker noted on MSNBC Tuesday that the US president is "always talking about other people’s weight."
Trump flips out after being criticised on the network for taking the drug hydroxychloroquine, which has not been approved for the coronavirus.
“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.”
Trump has been touting the anti-malaria drug as a coronavirus cure despite no evidence that it's effective.
Dr Rick Bright, who was ousted as the top vaccine official, filed a complaint on Tuesday, claiming he was reassigned to a "lesser role" for political reasons.
Dr Rick Bright said he was removed as head of BARDA because he challenged the use of drugs promoted by the administration that lacked scientific backing.