Anchor Neil Cavuto said he “can’t in good countenance continue showing you this,” cutting into a presser led by White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany.
The false claim went unchecked by other Fox News journalists.
The Fox News host reminded Rep. Andy Biggs of Arizona that the health experts aren't "anti-the president’s agenda. They’re pro-keeping-people-alive agenda.”
"He was being policed on that because he was wrong," the Fox News anchor said.
The president also complained that the widely watched cable channel was failing to help other Republican candidates.
After Fox News’ Neil Cavuto ripped President Donald Trump for saying he takes hydroxychloroquine, Trump shot back.
This probably didn't go as the president planned.
Trump flips out after being criticized on the network for taking the drug hydroxychloroquine, which has not been approved for the coronavirus.
“I cannot stress this enough," warned Neil Cavuto about the anti-malaria drug the president has touted as a coronavirus cure, "this will kill you.”
The Fox Business host noted the criticism goes against the Constitution and the president's own previous stance.