The Daily Populous

Monday April 6th, 2020 evening edition

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Before Dr. Anthony Fauci could respond to the question about hydroxychloroquine, Trump—who was standing back and off to the side of the podium—complained that Fauci had already spoken about the drug "15 times.".

"You don't have to ask the question again," said Trump, stepping forward and moving closer to Fauci as another reporter began asking a separate question.

-- Trump prevents Dr Fauci from answering a question about hydroxychloroquine — Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) April 6, 2020.

"Dr. Fauci, one of the world's top infectious disease scientists, was just censored live at a White House press conference," tweeted Tran.

"The data are really just at best suggestive," said Fauci.

"There have been cases that show there may be an effect and there are others to show there's no effect.".

During a press briefing Saturday evening, Trump said "I really think they should they should take it," referring to coronavirus patients and hydroxychloroquine. »

12 Outrageous Facts About The Producers

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When Mel Brooks was 16 years old, he worked for a cash-strapped theatrical producer who’d raise funds by sleeping with his investors—most of whom were elderly women.

In Manhattan, Brooks also knew a pair of showmen who had more or less failed their way into prosperity.

“I wrote [a reply to] every single letter I got, explaining ‘You can’t get on a soap box with Hitler. »

Covid 19 coronavirus: Boris Johnson 'on oxygen' after being hospitalised

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has reportedly been given oxygen treatment after being admitted to hospital in London yesterday.

The prime minister's Downing St office said his hospitalisation was a "precautionary step" and Johnson remains in charge of the government.

You don't hold the camera up and look grim - it is not going to inspire the nation," the MP said. »

SF police issue first citation for violating stay at home order to abortion protester – The San Francisco Examiner

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The first person cited by San Francisco police for allegedly violating the public health order requiring residents to stay at home is an 86-year-old anti-abortion advocate.

Sgt. Michael Andraychak, a police spokesperson, confirmed the citation Friday and said that officers had previously admonished Konopaski for allegedly violating the order.

Konopaski is the first and only person who the San Francisco Police Department has cited for a violation of the order as of late Friday afternoon, according to Andraychak. »

Coronavirus: Pastor who decried 'hysteria' dies after attending Mardi Gras

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Pastor Landon Spradlin wasn't worried about coronavirus when he went to New Orleans to preach during Mardi Gras.

A little over a month ago, Pastor Spradlin, who was 66, drove with his wife Jean the 900 miles (1500 km) from their home in Virginia to Louisiana for Mardi Gras.

Image copyright Courtesy of family Image caption Pastor Spradlin (middle) and Jean on the keyboard during Mardi Gras. »