SEAN HANNITY (HOST): Let's talk about removing the burdensome regulations to move forward with chloroquine and --
SEN. LINDSEY GRAHAM (R-SC): Yes.
HANNITY: -- remdesivir and this plasma blood with those that have been infected. This is -- these are huge. I've read a lot, especially about chloroquine. And, apparently, early signs -- for me, reading medical research, I was impressed.
GRAHAM: Yes, so what the president is doing is saying get the hell out of the way when it comes to developing drug therapies. Get them to the marketplace. These drug therapies are very promising. They can take the virus from being lethal to nonlethal. They can take it from a 10 to a 2. We're going to bomb the hell out of it with drug therapies just like you described, but the way you eventually kill it is through a vaccine. It takes a year or more to get a vaccine to the market. We're going to try to cut that in half.