The wife of a man from Arizona who died after drinking fish tank cleaner, thinking it was a coronavirus treatment, has blamed President Trump for his death.
She said that the couple, who were both over 60 years old, had heard the president talk about the chemical in briefings and thought they had discovered it in their home when they saw the word chloroquine.
"I saw it sitting on the back shelf and thought, hey, isn't that the stuff they're talking about on TV," she said.
She told NBC that "Trump kept saying it was pretty much a cure," and "they kept saying that it was approved for other things."
Her husband died shortly after arriving at hospital and the woman told NBC: "Don't take anything. Don't believe anything that the president says and his people, be so careful. Call your doctor," she said. "This is a heartache I'll never get over."
Mr Trump has repeatedly asserted that chloroquine is a "game changer" against coronavirus while members of his own administration have denied such claims.