According to the Daily Beast, Dr Immanuel has previously claimed the government is run by "reptilians" and that scientists are developing a vaccine to stop people being religious, among other freakish views. But many doctors think it's extremely good, and some people don't. On Tuesday, Trump still said he'll still hold an in-person acceptance of the nomination in North Carolina - the original site of the convention - and say a speech.
Monday's tweet as well as Trump's recent renewed praise of hydroxychloroquine, follows a remark made by the President on Friday that he "often" regrets what he posts to Twitter, when Bartstool Sports executive David Portnoy asked if he ever lamented his tweets.
Amid sustained criticism of Dr Fauci from the White House, Peter Navarro, Mr Trump's trade adviser, recently said Dr Fauci had been "wrong about everything I have interacted with him on".
"So it sort of is curious", Trump said, "a man works for us, with us, very closely, Dr. Fauci and Dr. Birx also, very highly thought of - and yet, they're highly thought of, but nobody likes me?"
'I, you know, I don't tweet, I don't - I don't even read them, ' Fauci, 79, told ABC News host George Stephanopoulos. But by early July 28, Twitter took down the videos.
President Donald Trump will hold a news conference at The White House on Tuesday beginning at 5 p.m. EDT.
In the video, members of the group America's Frontline Doctors promote the drug both as a preventative measure and treatment for Covid-19. The right-wing news site Breitbart News, which posted the video, also showed a screenshot of its 17 million video views on Facebook before it was taken down.
"We're in the middle of a crisis with regard to an epidemic, a pandemic, this is what I do, this is what I've been trained for my entire professional life, and I'll continue to do it", Fauci said.
Dr. Stella Immanuel, a primary care doctor at Rehoboth Medical Center in Houston, Texas, said during the summit that she has treated more than 350 patients with COVID-19 by using a combination of hydroxychloroquine, zinc, and azithromycin, and characterized the combination of drugs as a "cure".
"For the past few months, after taking care of over 350 patients, we've not lost one".
YouTube told the BBC: "We have removed the video for violating our Covid-19 misinformation policies".
In May the World Health Organization stopped its hydroxychloroquine trial.
Due to the risks of serious side effects such as heart rhythm problems, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration revoked its emergency-use authorisation of the drug for COVID-19.
"They're censoring my account".
According to a Quinnipiac poll earlier this month almost two thirds have faith in Dr Fauci, while only just over one third approved of Mr Trump's performance in relation to the coronavirus.