CLOSE President Donald Trump jumped in when a reporter asked Dr. Anthony Fauci about the controversial use of hydroxychloroquine to treat coronavirus. WochitWASHINGTON – A reporter’s question about hydroxychloroquine led to a testy moment at Sunday’s White House briefing.Anthony Fauci was asked his thoughts on the effectiveness of the anti-malaria drug in treating coronavirus patients, and President Donald Trump interrupted before the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases could answer.“He’s answered that question 15 times,” said Trump, who had spent much of the news conference touting the drug’s potential.Earlier in the day, Fauci did answer a question about hydroxychloroquine when he was on CBS’s “Face the Nation.” “The data are really, just, at best, suggestive,” he said. “There have been cases that show there may be an effect and there are others to show there’s no effect. So, I think in terms of science, I don’t think we could definitively say it works.”Coronavirus live updates: US deaths near 10K ahead of ‘hardest and saddest week’The differing opinions aren’t new.Fauci and White House trade adviser Peter Navarro got in a heated argument Saturday over hydroxychloroquine, according to Axios and the New York Times.According to the reports, Navarro brought in studies from trials overseas that show the drug, which is


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