Virus Outbreak Trump Interference

President Donald Trump listens as Dr. Stephen Hahn, commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, speaks during a media briefing Aug. 23, 2020, in Washington. [AP PHOTO/ALEX BRANDON, FILE]

WASHINGTON — Officials in the Trump White House tried to pressure U.S. health experts into reauthorizing a discredited COVID-19 treatment, according to a congressional investigation that provides new evidence of that administration's efforts to override Food and Drug Administration decisions early in the pandemic.

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Evelyn Huggins

The Biased Media succeeds where they hide behind words of "experts" and you fail to remember Actions of the those same Expert. Remember Gallellio Suffered for telling the People the truth that the earth revolved around the sun, remember Tuskegee hidden experiments for the Advancement of Science, examples from the past and currently abound. Remember 1st John 4:20.

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