Michigan AG warns Trump to wear a mask to visit Ford plant
Michigan's attorney general is warning President Donald Trump to follow health guidelines and wear a mask during his visit to a Ford manufacturing plant.
"We are just asking that President Trump comply with the law of our state, just as we would make the same request of anyone else in those plants," Dana Nessel, a Democrat, told CNN's Alisyn Camerota on "New Day" Thursday.
Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert had planned to travel on Air Force One with President Trump during his trip to Texas, then Gohmert — who has refused to wear a mask in the past — tested positive for coronavirus. Despite warnings from public health officials, some people simply refuse to wear a mask, and they're encouraging others to follow suit Over the weekend, President Donald Trump asked a reporter to remove his mask while asking a question during a press conference. Trump appeared annoyed when the reporter spoke louder instead. But issues usually arise when people are asked to put masks on, and etiquette expert Elaine Swann says there is a right way to do so in order to avoid a confrontation. If you see someone in a supermarket without a mask, Swann says the first rule is to take a step back. Rep. Louis Gomhert, R-Texas, tested positive for the coronavirus just a day after attending Attorney General Barr's House Judiciary Committee hearing. Gohmert, who had previously said that he would not wear a mask unless he had the coronavirus, received the news while he was at the White House. Aired on 07/29/2020.