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Trump at a conference had asked if disinfectant can be ingested to cure COVID-19.

Donald Trump said he was asking a sarcastic question to the reporter and he did not mean it.

Donald Trump said he was asking a sarcastic question to the reporter and he did not mean it.Trump at a White House press briefing asked if injecting with disinfectant can clean the lungs inside, and said it will be interesting to check the results. His comments had raised concerns about the ill effect of using disinfectants to cure Covid-19. Later, when asked to comment about his claim, he said it was a sarcastic question put to the reporter in the room. He further said he was not encouraging people to ingest disinfectant.

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