‘This Is Disgusting!’ MSNBC’s Mika Goes Off on Particular Remedy for Trump’s COVID-Contaminated Buddies

He is not an elected civil servant and has no public or state function Rudy GiulianiPresident Donald Trump’s personal attorney said that when he tested positive for COVID-19, Trump’s doctor treated him and he received the same treatment – which is not widely available to most Americans – as the president himself.

During the pandemic, there were numerous reports of celebrities, sports stars, the rich and connected being given priority access to coronavirus testing, but now it appears that President Trump is making it easier for his friends to access experimental but life-saving drugs.

“The moment I took the cocktail,” Giuliani said when calling his own radio show on Tuesday, “I felt 100% better,” reports Business Insider.

The COVID-19 cocktail is not generally available to the general public. It reportedly includes Regeneron’s monoclonal antibody therapy, which was approved for emergency use less than three weeks ago.

“His doctor sent me here and talked me into it,” said Giuliani, adding that he received “exactly” the same cocktail that President Trump received, according to CNN’s Shimon Prokupecz.

“I didn’t really want to go to the hospital and he said don’t be stupid, we can get it over with in three days if we send you to the hospital.”

He also claimed he was unaware of the high cost or lack of availability to the general public.

Giuliani, who is 76 years old, “said he felt 10 years younger after receiving some of the same drugs Trump took when the president signed COVID-19 in October,” added the US News added.

Talking Points Josh Kovensky of Memo reports that the drugs that make up the cocktail Trump and Giuliani took are “extremely scarce.”

“Monoclonal antibodies, which medicine has generally believed to be the best solution for effectively treating the disease, are expensive and rare. A Florida hospital reported that its phone lines were “bombed” by people who wanted the drug. “

“In addition, all cans currently in circulation belong to the US government,” added Kovensky.

The former New York City mayor, who has toured the country in the past few weeks promoting a farce circus of conspiracy theories to scrap election results while being struck down in the state court, is due to leave the hospital on Wednesday . He was admitted on Sunday even though his symptoms were minor.

Kovensky asks the question that probably many are wondering: “Does the president take advantage of his office to provide medical assistance to his friends?”

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