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Dr. Fauci: Trump 'looks good' but a 'reversal' is possible with COVID-19

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Dr. Anthony Fauci joins Andrea Mitchell to react President Trump's comments that the Regeneron therapy he received cured him of the coronavirus. Fauci comments that the president "looks good" but adds that at this stage of the virus, a "reversal" is possible given our knowledge of the history of COVID-19, and notes that while there's a "good chance" the therapy made him better, there's no determination yet that it's a cure.