Donald Trump called the findings of medical researchers “Anti-Trump Statement

US President Donald Trump has called the findings of medical researchers on the corona virus “anti-Trump rhetoric” and a “tactic of political acceptance.”

 It should be noted that Donald Trump wants to end the social distance and restore economic activities by pushing back the warnings of medical experts regarding coronavirus.

Anti-Trump Statement

 According to Al Jazeera, Donald Trump called two different medical studies contradictory to his position and called them “anti-Trump statement”

 The US President not only rejected the findings of the research but also called the researchers ‘politics’ without any evidence.

 Donald Trump believes the researchers are undermining his efforts to lift lockdown restrictions.

 The first study was provided by the US government’s National Institutes of Health, which reported dangerous consequences for the use of hydroxychloroquine.

 “If you look at a survey, which is a bad survey, they are very old and outdated,” US President Donald Trump told reporters “It was an anti-Trump statement,” Trump said.

 In addition, another medical study was presented by Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health.

 It revealed that 36,000 people who died from the virus could have been saved through social distance.

 To which Trump said “a Colombian institution that is very liberal.”

 “You want to know the truth, I think it’s just a ploy for political acceptance,” he added.

 Larry Goston, a public health expert and Georgetown University law professor, called Trump’s statement “disappointing.”

 “If the president is politicizing science, if he is lying to health professionals, the people will be frightened and confused,” he said.

 It should be noted that US President Donald Trump has declared the drug chloroquine for malaria to be effective for patients with the virus, although no research has yet emerged around the world to confirm whether the drug is against corona.

 The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) later warned the public not to use the two drugs, which President Donald Trump called a possible cure for the new novel coronavirus.

 From mid-March to April 24, President Donald Trump referred to these drugs about 50 times.

 The president said the drugs were “game changers” against the corona virus, but there was growing evidence that they could not help patients with code 19 but harm rather than benefit

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