Lincoln Project Taunts Trump By Turning Him Into A Sketchy Infomercial Pitchman
President Donald Trump touted an experimental drug he is taking for his COVID-19 coronavirus infection in a White House video this week.
Now his critics on the right have revised the video to match.
Recent efforts by the Lincoln Project - a group of Republicans who will never be Trump - make Trump's video look like an old TV commercial for a seedy product, with "CALL NOW" screaming at the bottom of the screen:
Regeneron antibody treatment is one of several drugs the president has taken against his coronavirus infection.
He also received the experimental drug remdesivir as well as the steroid dexamethasone.
It is not clear what drugs the president is currently taking. Trump said Thursday night that he felt "great" in a phone interview with Sean Hannity on Fox News but was scratchy and consistently struggled with his voice.
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