Rebecca Morin, USA TODAY Published 11:35 a.m. ET April 6, 2020 | Updated 12:14 p.m. ET April 6, 2020CLOSE President Donald Trump jumped in when a reporter asked Dr. Anthony Fauci about the controversial use of hydroxychloroquine to treat coronavirus. WochitWASHINGTON – A senior aide to President Donald Trump is publicly pushing back against National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases director Anthony Fauci’s assertion that it’s unclear whether an anti-malaria drug can be used to combat coronavirus.Peter Navarro, the top trade and manufacturing aide to the president who is coordinating the use of the Defense Production Act for the White House, told CNN’s John Berman Monday that he believes a “second opinion” is needed about hydroxychloroquine as a treatment.”I let (Fauci) speak for himself, John, but I would have two words for you: second opinion,” Navarro said. “Doctors disagree about things all the time.”Coronavirus live updates: US deaths near 10K ahead of ‘hardest and saddest week’Navarro’s comments come a day after Axios and the New York Times reported that he and Fauci had a heated argument during a White House coronavirus task force meeting on Saturday about the drug.According to the reports, Navarro and Fauci sparred over whether there was enough evidence on hydroxychloroquine


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