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Millions of units are ordered and we're going to see what happens.

We're going to be talking to the governors about it.

And the FDA is working on it right now.

The advantage is that it has been prescribed for a totally different problem,

but it has been described for many years and everybody knows the levels

of the negatives and the positives.

But I will say that I am a man that comes from a very positive school

when it comes to, in particular, one of these drugs.

And we'll see how it works out, Peter.

I'm not I'm not saying it will, but I think that people

may be surprised.

By the way there would be a game changer. But we're going to know very soon.

Dr Fauci, you said there is no magic drug for coronavirus right now,

which you would agree, I guess, on this.

Well, you know, I think ... – Sorry.

I disagree. Maybe and maybe not.

Maybe there is. Maybe there isn't. We have to see.

We're going to know.

Is it possible that your impulse to put a positive spin on things,

may be giving Americans a false sense?

No, I don't think so. No, I don't think so.

I think that ... I think it's got ...

Such a lovely question.

Look, it may work and it may not work.

And I agree with the doctor. What he said.

It may work and it may not work. I feel good about it.

Let's see what happens.

We have nothing to lose.

You know the expression, what the hell do you have to lose?

OK, so what you say to the Americans who are scared, though?

I guess nearly 200 dead. 14, 000 who are sick.

Millions, as you witness, who are scared right now.

What you say to Americans who are watching you right now, who are scared?

I say that you're a terrible reporter. That's what I say.

I think it's a very nasty question and I think it's a very bad signal

that you're putting out to the American people.

The American people are looking for answers and they're looking for hope.

And you're doing sensationalism.

And the same with NBC and Concast.

I don't call it Comcast, I call it Concast, for whom you work.

Let me just say something: that's really bad reporting.

And you ought to get back to reporting instead of sensationalism.

Let's see if it works. It might and it might not.

I happen to feel good about it. But who knows?

I've been right a lot. Let's see what happens.


Let's get back to the science and the logistics.

You ought to be ashamed of yourself.

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