On Wednesday, President Donald Trump announced that he would finish his hydroxycholoroquine regimen in two days — bringing an end to a prophylactic treatment that is not backed by medical evidence.
Commenters on social media mocked the president at the news.
@bmkoplow5 @kaitlancollins He also said he took "an original dose" of azithromycin as a preventative. But "you don'… https://t.co/hnOboJnasj— Bill McCarty (@Bill McCarty)1590010124.0
@ThePubliusUSA @kaitlancollins It’s Bullshit! He’s not taking that! He’s a ticking time bomb, I mean look at him😳— A.E. Bojorquez (@A.E. Bojorquez)1590009330.0
@grobbnz @kaitlancollins Let me explain. She is the WH Press Secretary. What are you expecting from her....? The truth.....?— JR (@JR)1590008907.0
@kaitlancollins For the sake of the country, Trump's doctors could consider giving him antipsychotics. They could j… https://t.co/l4jaaLFreA— NotATweeter16 (@NotATweeter16)1590008574.0
@MerrillLynched @kaitlancollins D.I.S.T.R.A.C.T.I.O.N.— turkey bacon 🦃 (@turkey bacon 🦃)1590009146.0
@kaitlancollins Take it all now, get it over with. I'm a doctor. That's what I say. I'm Dr. McCoy, from Space Force.— That Record Got Me High Podcast Cohost (@That Record Got Me High Podcast Cohost)1590008551.0