DAVID ASMAN (HOST): They have their friends in media, and we talked about The New York Times, but there's also this repeated attempt to drive a wedge between Anthony Fauci - who everybody agrees is a brilliant man, is doing extraordinarily heroic work in dealing with the virus - to drive a wedge between him and the president. And it's wonderful to see those attempts fall flat, when Dr. Fauci comes up and says that's absolutely not true.
LOU DOBBS: Yes. It's absolutely not true. And furthermore, the president has been exactly right about those two drugs -- hydroxychloroquine - it's just -- it’s amazing. And that is now being prescribed; it now holds great hope. And the president was right and frankly Fauci was wrong because he said the president is speaking as a layman. No, he's speaking as the president of the United States whose responsibility is for the lives and safety of millions of Americans -- whose actions by this president, you know, depend.