The Fox News host brought two of her regular medical guests to make a "detailed presentation" meant to persuade the president to push for the drug's wider use.
The notion that the drug hydroxychloroquine is an effective treatment for COVID-19 was called "complete and utter nonsense" by Dr. William Haseltine on Fox News Monday.
"The coronavirus is not a state issue. It doesn't follow or respect state borders," Chris Wallace explained.
"More than 10 million Americans have already lost their jobs," Carlson said Friday. "Imagine another year of this."
"One of the main lessons of this crisis is that the public health establishment failed us badly," Carlson said.
"I have taken this seriously way before most in the media did. I warned in January that it was dangerous because it was highly contagious, but some people were asymptomatic, so it would spread quickly."
The open letter, signed by 74 professors and journalists, argued that the network has "contributed" to the spread of the pandemic.
"I've known Andrew for a long time," the president said during an interview with Fox News.
The president told Fox News host Sean Hannity that he wanted to re-open the country in sections, starting with areas where there are fewer COVID-19 cases.
President Donald Trump told Fox News' Sean Hannity that his decision to delay a planned phone call with Chinese President Xi Jinping in favor of appearing on the cable news opinion show "just shows you the power" of the show.
"You know, at a major hospital sometimes they'll have two ventilators," Trump said. "All of a sudden they're saying, 'Can we order 30,000 ventilators?'"
Jerome Adams told Fox News anchor Laura Ingraham that too many people were out there "doing the wrong things."
The Fox contributor told Tucker Carlson Tonight that the economy should not be shut down "to save every single life that's threatened by a widespread disease."
Dan Patrick, who turns 70 next month, said he was willing to take a chance on his survival "in exchange for keeping the America that all America loves."
Fox News still dominates, but CNN sees the largest increase with an 193 percent ratings increase compared to this time last year.
TV host Dr. Mehmet Oz touted a clinically unproven drug combination as a potential "treatment" for the coronavirus Monday on Fox & Friends—and less than an hour later the U.S. Surgeon General appeared to warn viewers against seeking dubious remedies.
The South Carolina senator had been criticized by Fox anchor Tucker Carlson over reports he wanted to ease restrictions on the EB-5 investor immigrant program.
"Now, maybe there's an honest explanation for what [Burr] did," Carlson said. "If there is, he should share it with the rest of us immediately."
Against the tide of his network colleagues, the Fox host sounded the alarm about the coronavirus back in February.
"We need to get a handle on the spread otherwise we're going to be in the same situation as Italy, and that's not so far off," Dr. Nicole Saphier cautioned.
He cautioned younger Americans about ignoring recommendations from health care officials and government agencies at the state, federal and local levels regarding social distancing.
The Californian congressman told Fox News that the economy was being hit unnecessarily by coronavirus and said people should go out and support local businesses.
"We really need to lean into protecting our most vulnerable—people with chronic and severe medical conditions, especially the elderly because we know that they are most at risk," Surgeon General Jerome Adams said.
"The next time someone signs up for their Belt and Road program or for Huawei, they should keep on the Wuhan virus that poisoned the world," 'Fox & Friends' co-host Brian Kilmeade said. "That's what you get when you get Chinese trade and that's what the American companies should keep in mind when they cut these deals."
Martha MacCallum pressed Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services administrator Seema Verma on the White House response to the outbreak.
"Right now is the moment for swift action to make sure we're protecting our elders and our immunocompromised Americans," Ocasio-Cortez said.
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Senator Bernie Sanders said that he doesn't "want to relive 2016" unlike former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Monday, after the crowd at a Fox News town hall event featuring Sanders booed a clip of Clinton saying "nobody likes" the senator.
Fox News host Kennedy Montgomery suggested that former Vice President Joe Biden's campaign speeches had been shorted to 15 minutes due to cognitive decline, prompting the ire of her network colleague Jessica Tarlov.
The former secretary of state said the Trump administration's attempts to contain the coronavirus are exposing his lack of investment in infrastructure or the country's future.