JUAN WILLIAMS (CO-HOST): So, Dr. Saphier, let me just say, what I took away from the Biden speech was sort of that he felt, if he's the Democratic nominee, he laid out for the American people how he would respond to this issue. And on that point he said he would expand the testing, boost hospital capacity, create an information hotline for people, and offer assistance to people who are losing their jobs. How did you react?
DR. NICOLE SAPHIER (FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR): I mean, to me, that just sounds like Oprah. Like, we’re going to do this, and you can have this, and you can have a house, you can have a school. Yes, of course we want to do that and President Trump has said the same thing. We're going to expand testing. We’re going to make sure we have enough physicians and nurses available. Everyone says things, and I want to know exactly how you're going to do that. And, you know, listening to Bernie Sanders, he said he’s going to -- if this were him, he would declare a state of emergency and he’d put together a bipartisan emergency group full of experts. What do you think the task force is? We have several doctors there. Some people have been pointed by Obama, and people have been appointed by Trump. We have experts working on this together, so I, again, feel like that’s a lot of rhetoric. And you can say that you would do these things, but they’re not giving specifics.