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Associated Press 21 May 2020

Trump claims to wear mask during Ford plant tour


President Donald Trump says he wore a mask and goggles out of view of reporters while he was touring a Ford plant in Michigan. (May 21)

Democrat lawmakers have claimed President Trump failed to wear a mask during his trip to Michigan, despite photos proving otherwise. One America's Ethan Viveiros explores what critics are calling a "manufactured backlash."
President Trump was not filmed wearing a face mask while touring the Ford automotive plant in Ypsilanti, Mich., however he told reporters that he had worn one when cameras were not around.
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An internal memo at the White House directing all West Wing staff to wear masks comes as several new cases of COVID-19 have emerged among the White House's staff. Inside Edition spoke with former communications director Anthony Scaramucci, who said that the President, who he called a "total germaphobe," is probably worried about the virus coming in such close proximity to him. The memo comes after the head of the National Guard tested positive just before meeting with Trump.

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