JOHN BERMAN, CNN: What's the difference -- just -- and I want to move on after this, but what do you think the difference is between the message we're getting from Dr. Fauci in these statements that he e-mailed "The New York Times" and the message we're getting from the White House, and why is there that difference?
SENATE MINORITY LEADER CHUCK SCHUMER: President Trump has been like an ostrich in this whole crisis. He thinks by saying something it becomes true because he wants it to happen, not that it will happen. So he said it was a hoax. He said it will go away soon. He said warm weather. Two months ago he said everyone who wants a test can get a test. That clearly wasn't true.
Dr. Fauci is a truth teller. That's his reputation. It seems he has sort of muted the truth some in the presence of the president, to maybe admonitions privately from the president. He has to tell the whole truth here.
The president does not like the truth. He likes a story that helps his own ego on the day he tells it. And that has had severe consequences for this country.