Fiery WH Press Secretary Gives CNN’s Cuomo The Business For Slamming Trump Taking Hydroxychloroquine After It Was Revealed He’s Taking Less Safe Version

(Tea Party 247) – One of the best people to be in the Trump administration right now, without a doubt, is White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany. This gal has proven time and time again to be bold, feisty, and not intimidated by anyone in the mainstream media. She will not allow the attacks on the president to go unanswered. And when they ask stupid questions, McEnany lets them know it was a stupid question.

McEnany recently called out CNN’s Chris Cuomo over criticizing President Trump for taking hydroxychloroquine as a preventative measure against COVID-19. As it turns out, Cuomo was taking a much less safe version of the medication when he contracted the illness.

Here’s more on this from Sara Carter:

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany called out CNN host Chris Cuomo during a press conference Wednesday for “interestingly” taking “a less safe version” of Hydroxychloroquine before criticizing President Donald Trump for ‘dangerously’ taking the drug to protect himself against the novel coronavirus. Further, McEnany referred Cuomo to his brother, the Governor of New York, who happens to be excited about the promising evidence behind the drug in treating COVID-19 patients in his state.

“The President knows that Hydroxychloroquine is not supported by science, he knows it has been flagged by his own people and he’s using it,” McEnany told reporters. “Well, Cuomo mocked the President for this and interestingly, I found this out just before coming here, Hydroxychloroquine, of course, is an FDA approved medication with a long-proven track record for safety. And it turns out that Chris Cuomo took a less safe version of it called ‘quinine,’ which the FDA removed from the market in 2006 because of its serious side effects, including death.”

McEnany added, “So, really interesting to have that criticism of the President. And on that note, to Chris Cuomo, I’d like to redirect him to his brother, the Governor of New York, Governor Cuomo, who has several on the record statements about Hydroxychloroquine, saying ‘I’m an optimist, I’m hopeful about that drug. And that’s why we’ll try it here in New York as soon as we get it. There has been anecdotal evidence that it’s promising. That’s why we’re going ahead.’ And I have about eight other quotes from Governor Cuomo, should any of you have interest in that.”

The President was prescribed the drug by the White House doctor, which he announced earlier this week, as several cases of the virus were recently reported in Trump’s circle. In his letter, his doctor noted that after discussing whether to administer the drug and, after consulting with experts “we concluded that the potential benefit from treatment outweighed the relative risks.”

Keep in mind the FDA approved the medication for emergency use against the coronavirus. Along with that, many medical professionals have expressed optimism about the response to the treatment they’ve seen in patients who have taken hydroxychloroquine.

The drug that Cuomo took, while sick with the virus that he’s since recovered from, is what the FDA warns has “serious risks” associated with “off-label” use. In her blog posts documenting Cuomo’s treatment, his wife Cristina wrote that he was using “potentized quinine,” saying that it’s “not on the market here,” but that she took it for her own Lyme disease treatment.

The media is just looking for yet another reason to attack President Trump. This is pretty much all they live for. It’s part of the progressive strategy to try and prevent the president from being reelected come November.

Here’s to hoping they continue to fail spectacularly.



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