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  • Trump calls out reporter on face mask

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    As Covid-19 cases spike in the US, President Trump is trying to change the subject. CNN's Jim Acosta reports.


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  • Mike Pence Challenged On Trump Rally Where Supporters Did Not Wear Face Masks | TODAY

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    At the first White House coronavirus task force briefing in nearly two months, Vice President Mike Pence was pressed by reporters about wearing face masks during the coronavirus pandemic, a guideline many of President Trump’s supporters didn’t follow at his rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma earlier this month. Dr. Anthony Fauci also urged Americans to take the virus more seriously as infections surge in multiple states. NBC’s Geoff Bennett reports for Weekend TODAY.
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  • Trump abruptly ends briefing after confrontation with reporter

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    President Trump told CBS reporter Weijia Jiang to ask China in response to her question at a White House press conference and refused to answer questions from CNN's Kaitlan Collins.

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  • Trump abruptly ends press conference after clash with reporters over China and US death tolls

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    TRUMP walked out of his latest news briefing following a testy exchange with two female reporters, including telling an Asian American journalist to ask China.

    The president abruptly ended the press conference after a verbal sparring with CBS News reporter Weijia Jiang, who had questioned why Trump viewed testing as a global race, when thousands of Americans are dying from COVID-19.

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  • Trump shows off his face mask and explains why he isn’t wearing it on camera

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    PRESIDENT Trump brought his own mask with the presidential seal — but he refused to wear it during his Ford factory tour.

    Before he arrived at the Michigan plant on Thursday, Attorney General Dana Nessel asked Trump to abide by Governor Whitmer and Ford's policy on face coverings in an open letter.

    But Trump appeared to ignore their pleas after he touched down at Detroit International Airport this afternoon and headed over to the Ford Rawsonville Components Plant in Ypsilanti.

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  • Trump says he wont wear a mask in front of cameras

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    President Donald Trump brought a navy blue mask stamped with the presidential seal to a Ford plant in Michigan on Thursday. But he refused to wear it in front of cameras.
    I didn't want to give the press the pleasure of seeing it, Trump said before showing off his fabric face covering, which he said he'd briefly strapped on backstage before removing for a tour of the factory. It was very nice. It looked very nice. They said not necessary.
    It was another example of Trump shrugging off the rules in place for others that are meant to guard against the coronavirus. As he walked through the facility -- where Ford rules say everyone must wear a mask -- he was surrounded by company executives whose faces were covered.

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  • President Trump Didn’t Wear a Face Mask While Touring a Face Mask Factory

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  • Coronavirus outbreak: Trump lashes out at reporter asking about scared Americans during pandemic

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    U.S. President Donald Trump lashed out at a reporter on Friday during the federal government Coronavirus Task Force briefing at the White House, after NBC White House correspondent Peter Alexander asked about the administration's efforts to make a coronavirus vaccination and whether the president's impulse to put a positive spin about the FDA-approved drugs for testing as a treatment was giving Americans a false sense of hope.

    After Alexander asked Trump what his message would be to Americans scared about the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, he replied by calling Alexander a terrible reporter and called the question itself nasty.

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  • Pres. Donald Trump angrily exits press conference after being challenged by female reporters

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    President Donald Trump abruptly exits today's coronavirus task force briefing when he's challenged by a female reporter on testing.

    President Donald Trump stormed out of a coronavirus press conference at the White House on Monday after becoming angry with two reporters, one who asked a question about testing, and another who didn’t get to ask a question at all.

    The event in the Rose Garden was meant to give the president a chance to boast about the recent increases in testing, and Trump spoke and answered questions for nearly an hour.

    The briefing got off to a bumpy start when the president misstated the dollar amount that would be allocated to states to help with testing. “We are sending $1 billion to American states, territories and tribes,” Trump announced, in what officials had told reporters would be a high-point of the event.

    But those same officials said the amount would be $11 billion, not $1 billion. Moreover, the $11 billion was appropriated in the CARES Act passed by Congress and signed into law in April, calling into question why it was being held up almost three weeks later as a major success point.

    A White House spokesman later confirmed to CNBC that the amount is in fact, $11 billion.

    For the remainder of his remarks, the president ran through the numbers of personal protective equipment, ventilators and other essential gear that the U.S. has produced and distributed to fight the virus.

    But it was in the question and answer session that tempers erupted.

    At around 5:15 p.m., CBS News White House correspondent Weijia Jiang asked Trump, “You have said many times that the U.S. is doing far better than any other country when it comes to testing,” to which Trump said, “Yes.”

    Jiang, who is Chinese American, continued, “Why does that matter? Why is it global competition to you, if every day Americans are still losing their lives, and we are still seeing more cases every day?”

    “They’re losing their lives everywhere in the world,” Trump replied, “And maybe that’s a question you should ask China. Don’t ask me. Ask China that question, okay? If you ask them that question, you may get a very unusual answer.”

    As Trump proceeded to call on another reporter, Jiang followed up. “Sir, why are you saying that to me, specifically?”

    “I’m not saying it specifically to anybody,” Trump responded, growing visibly irate. “I’m saying that to anyone who would ask a nasty question like that.”

    “That’s not a nasty question,” Jiang insisted, but Trump had already moved on.

    “Anyone else?” Trump said to the assembled reporters, before calling on CNN’s Kaitlan Collins, who was standing in line behind Jiang. “OK, yes, please go ahead, in the back,” he said.

    Collins approached the microphone, “I have two questions,” she said.

    “No, it’s ok,” Trump said, dismissing Collins, “we’ll go up here.”

    “But you pointed to me, Mr. President, and I have two questions.”

    “Next, next please,” Trump said, as he looked past Collins.

    “But you called on me,” Collins protested.

    “I did. And you didn’t respond, and now I’m calling on the other young lady in the back,” Trump said.

    “But I just wanted to let my colleague finish,” Collins said, but Trump cut her off.

    “Ladies and gentlemen, thank you very much. appreciate it, thank you very much,” Trump said, and he turned and walked away.

    The exchange was the latest in a series of bitter back-and-forths Trump has had with reporters since he started giving near daily press briefings on the coronavirus pandemic in mid-March.

    On Tuesday morning, Trump claimed, without evidence, that “Chinese Americans are the most angry of all” about how the United States had been treated by China

    In reality, however, making China into a scapegoat for the coronavirus outbreak has led to a spike in discrimination against Asian-Americans, ranging from harassment to hate crimes. In April, the Justice Department took note, and began working with Asian American groups to track and prosecute hate crimes against Asian Americans.

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  • ’Keep your voice down’: Trump berates female reporter when questioned over Covid-19 response

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    US president Donald Trump told a female reporter to keep her voice down and to ‘relax’ when she asked about what his administration had done to prepare for the coronavirus in February. CBS reporter Weijia Jiang asked Trump why he waited so long ‘to warn people the virus was spreading like wildfire’ in February ‘instead of holding rallies with thousands of people’? An irritated Trump touted his China travel ban as proof he acted fast. Jiang persisted with her point and said: ‘When you issued the ban, the virus was already here,’ to which Trump said: ‘Do your research.’ 
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  • VP Mike Pence defends Donald Trump campaign rallies despite surge in coronavirus cases

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    Vice President Mike Pence defended the Trump campaign's decision to resume its campaign rallies despite a worrying spike in coronavirus cases. Pence spoke Friday during the first White House coronavirus task force briefing in months.

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  • Trump Wont Wear Mask To Spite Media

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    President Donald Trump refused to wear a mask during a visit to a Ford auto plant because he would be caught on camera wearing one.

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  • Trump mocks reporter for wearing face mask

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    Donald Trump denied mocking former Vice President Joe Biden for wearing a mask to an outdoor Memorial Day event, then appeared to do just that to a reporter who insisted on keeping his face covering on during a Rose Garden event on Tuesday.

    You want to be politically correct, the president said to Reuters reporter Jeff Mason, whom he had asked to remove his mask to ask a question more audibly amid the coronavirus outbreak.

    No. I just want to wear the mask, Mr Mason shot back, his mask in place.

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  • President Trump Mocks Reporter for Wearing Mask

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    Despite health officials saying that wearing a mask is a matter of safety, President Trump continues to frame it as a political statement. He refuses to wear one in public, and Tuesday mocked a reporter for choosing to keep his mask on, saying “you want to be politically correct.” But even Fox News' own Sean Hannity is at this point begging people to don masks in public. As late as March, Hannity called the coronavirus pandemic a “hoax” targeted at Trump’s reelection bid.

  • Trump mocks those wearing face masks, calling it politically correct

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    As the number of COVID-19 deaths reaches 100,000, President Trump continues to criticize people who wear face masks, calling it politically correct. Ben Tracy reports. 

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  • President Donald Trump explains why he won’t wear a face mask despite CDC recommendations

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    PRESIDENT Donald Trump revealed why he is currently choosing not to wear a face mask, claiming 'I just don't see it for myself'.

    He also recommended that Americans could make their own masks at home using material, but that he wouldn't be doing so.

    The CDC has updated their guidance asking people to wear masks, but Trump stressed that face coverings are voluntary.

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  • Trump mocks Biden for wearing a face mask

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    President Trump on Twitter mocked former Vice President Joe Biden for wearing a face mask and amplified an unfounded conspiracy theory involving Joe Scarborough. Ben Tracey reports.

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  • Donald Trump refuses to wear face mask despite CDC recommending cloth masks to fight Covid-19

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    President Trump told press he didn't 'feel like wearing' a face mask as he announced the Center of Disease Control's newest guidelines, emphasising that the advice is optional.

    The CDC recommended that Americans should wear cloth face masks, made from materials found at home, to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.

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  • Joe Biden Calls President Trump A ‘Fool’ For His Mockery Of Face Masks | TODAY

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    President Trump is coming under fire from his presumptive opponent Joe Biden after Trump made fun of an image of Biden wearing a face mask. NBC White House correspondent Peter Alexander reports for TODAY.
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  • Trump refuses to wear face mask in front of reporters at Ford plant tour in Michigan

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    Donald Trump ignored pleas from Michigan‘s governor and attorney general that he wear a mask while touring a Ford Motor Company.

    The president said he did not want to give the press the 'pleasure' of seeing him in one.

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  • Trump Claims to Wear a Face Mask During Ford Plant Tour in Michigan

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

    I did wear, had one on before, said Trump.

    I wore one in this back area, but I didn't want to give the press the pleasure of seeing it. But no, where I had it in the back area, I did put a mask on.

    The president did not wear a face covering Thursday at the Ypsilanti plant despite a warning from the state’s top law enforcement officer that a refusal to do so might lead to a ban on Trump's return.

    Trump visited the plant outside Detroit, to tour a Ford Motor Co. factory that had been repurposed to manufacture ventilators, the medical breathing machines governors begged for during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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  • Face masks recommended, Trump says he wont wear

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    President Donald Trump says his administration is encouraging many Americans to wear face masks in public, though he stresses that the recommendation is optional and is conceding that he will not be complying with it. (April 3)

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  • Donald Trump tells US public wearing scarves as face masks very good in fight against coronavirus

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    Donald Trump has told Americans to wear scarves as face masks to protect them against the deadly coronavirus.

    The US Centre for Disease Control advises that face masks need to be worn only by those who are sick or people caring for someone who is sick - who is not able to wear a face mask themselves.

    In guidance on its website, which does not extend to the use of a scarf or other improvised ways of covering the face, it notes that face masks are in short supply and should be saved for caregivers.

    The US President told how millions and millions of masks are being made amid the crisis but said they should go to hospitals rather than individuals.

    Mr Trump's remarks came after it was confirmed that the number of people who have died in the US after testing positive for Covid-19 rose to 3,393, surpassing China's 3,305.

    You can use a scarf, the US Leader said as he addressed the demand for face masks. A lot of people have scarves... scarves would be very good.

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  • CDC now advising Americans wear nonmedical masks: Trump

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    President Donald Trump began the daily White House briefing on the coronavirus crisis by announcing new government guidance that Americans should wear basic fabric masks.

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  • Trump Says Everyone in the West Wing Must Wear Face Mask

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    President Donald Trump said Monday that he was the one who required everyone who enters the West Wing to wear a mask or face covering after coronavirus scares in the White House.

    A memo sent to all staff outlined the new directive after two staffers last week tested positive for COVID-19.

    Trump, who was not wearing a mask during his White House briefing, added In my case, I'm very far away from everyone.

    Trump also addressed the children in New York who were diagnosed with symptoms similar to Kawasaki disease — a rare inflammatory condition in children — and toxic shock syndrome. Most of them are toddlers and elementary-age children.

    Officials say three children have died in New York state from a possible complication from the coronavirus involving swollen blood vessels and heart problems.

    Children elsewhere in the U.S. have also been hospitalized with the condition, which was also seen in Europe.

    We're seeing that all over the world now with young children, Trump said. We're looking at that very closely.

    There is no proof that the virus causes the syndrome. Officials said the children had tested positive for COVID-19 or the antibodies but did not show the common symptoms of the virus when they were hospitalized.

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  • Trump says he wont wear face mask

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    President Trump on Saturday said that he won’t wear a face mask, despite announcing new CDC guidelines suggesting all Americans wear one when in public. I won't be doing it personally. It's a recommendation, the president said. Nikole Killion reports.

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  • Trump Says Face Masks Recommended in Battle Against Coronavirus

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    President Donald Trump says his administration is encouraging many Americans to wear face masks in public, Friday, April 3, though he stresses that the recommendation is optional.

    The latest guidance suggests that Americans use makeshift coverings, such as T-shirts, scarves or bandanas to cover their noses and mouths. Medical-grade masks, especially N95 masks, are to be reserved for those on the front lines of trying to contain the pandemic.

    The policy change comes as public health officials are concerned that those without symptoms can spread the virus which causes COVID-19.

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  • Fallout after Trump doesnt wear a mask in public l GMA

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    The president did not publicly wear a face mask during a visit to a Ford plant in Michigan that’s currently making ventilators.
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  • Trump says he will not wear mask despite CDC recommendation

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    President Trump unveiled a new CDC recommendation on Friday that strongly urges Americans to wear some sort of cloth or fabric face mask when in public. President Trump said he will not be following that guideline, although he came down on manufacturer 3M for not manufacturing enough protective masks for the U.S. Nikole Killion reports on the White House pandemic response from Washington, D.C.

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  • I dont want to: Trump rejects CDC coronavirus face mask guidance

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    Donald Trump has said he probably will not be wearing a protective face mask after his administration encouraged people living in the US to wear face masks in public to prevent spreading the coronavirus.
    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued new guidance for people to wear bandannas, t-shirts and other cloth-based coverings in crowded areas, especially in hot spots
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  • Trump explains why he doesnt wear a mask in public during Ford factory tour

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

    Trump even showed reporters the mask he claims to have worn for a part of the tour. But in front of the cameras he insists it was not necessary

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  • Wearing A Mask Is Not Political, Says Reporter | Morning Joe | MSNBC

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    The president on Tuesday took issue with Reuters White House correspondent Jeff Mason wearing a mask while asking a question at a press briefing, accusing him of wanting to be 'politically correct.' Mason joins Morning Joe to discuss. Aired on 05/27/2020.
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  • President Trump and Surgeon General explain new guidance on wearing face masks

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    President Trump announced that the CDC is changing its guidelines to recommend people wear simple cloth face masks to protect against the coronavirus, though he said he didn't plan to do so himself. Surgeon General Jerome Adams joined him at the White House briefing to explain the changing guidance on face masks.

  • President Trump fails to wear face mask on tour of mask-making factory in Arizona | Covid-19

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    President Donald Trump conceded that more Americans will die in reopening the US economy but underlined his insistence on a dwindling coronavirus threat by refusing to wear a mask, even as he toured a mask-making factory.

    Mr Trump's comments come after Mike Pence, the US vice president, confirmed at a press briefing that the White House was having conversations around winding down the coronavirus task force.

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  • Fact-checking Trumps claim that scarves are better than masks

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    CNN's Daniel Dale and Dr. Sanjay Gupta fact-check President Trump's claim that a scarf may be a better option than face masks because they are thicker.
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  • Joe Biden strikes back at President Trump for being critical about face masks | USA TODAY

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    President Trump and Joe Biden are at odds over face masks.
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  • Coronavirus: US President Trump Says 3M Will Supply Millions of Face Masks for Medical Workers

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    U.S. President Donald Trump announced during a coronavirus briefing at the White House, Monday, April 6, in Washington, the end of a dispute with U.S. manufacturer 3M to supply millions of masks to medical professionals on the front lines of the fight against the virus.
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    READ MORE: The president said the company had agreed to deliver an additional 55.5 million masks each month.

    Trump had invoked the Korean War-era Defense Production Act to prevent 3M from exporting masks abroad.

    Trump also said that he had a warm conversation with former vice president and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on tackling the new coronavirus.

    Additionally, Trump said he's sending his best wishes to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson who was moved to intensive care after his coronavirus symptoms dramatically worsened Monday.

    Johnson was admitted to St. Thomas’ Hospital late Sunday, 10 days after he was diagnosed with COVID-19, the first major world leader to be confirmed to have the virus.

    Trump is confronting the most dangerous crisis a U.S. leader has faced this century as the coronavirus spreads and a once-vibrant economy falters. The country now has more than 360,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases and at least 10,792 deaths. (AP)
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  • Without mask, Trump tours Arizona face mask plant

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    President Donald Trump traveled to Phoenix, Arizona on where he toured a Honeywell plant that’s making N95 respirator masks. Trump had said he'd be willing to don a face mask, but wound up wearing only goggles. (May 5)

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  • US recommends face masks, Trump says he will not follow advice

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    The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is recommending Americans wear masks in public to protect against the coronavirus.
    But President Donald Trump says wearing masks is voluntary, and that he has chosen not to follow that advice.
    The United States is now the global epicentre of the pandemic, with more than 277,000 confirmed cases.
    Al Jazeera's Shihab Rattansi reports from Washington, DC.


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  • Trump Skips Face Mask at Honeywell Mask-Making Plant

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    When President Donald Trump finally left his White House quarantine Tuesday to tour a plant in Arizona that makes protective equipment, he declined to wear a mask, something he’s been reluctant to do since the outbreak began.

    During a tour of a Honeywell plant making N95 respirators for health-care workers, the president donned safety goggles but no face covering, making good on his remarks that he didn’t need to do it and probably wouldn’t.

    A White House official told reporters that officials were not required to wear masks but to take all precautions. A sign displaying safety guidelines at the facility directed employees to wear masks “at all times.”

    Since the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended on April 3 that Americans wear face masks in public, Trump has repeatedly suggested they were impractical, pointless and beneath the dignity of the leader of the free world.

    Trump said he couldn’t see himself meeting with “presidents, prime ministers, dictators, kings, queens” while wearing a mask, even though diplomatic trips have been curtailed. He teased a small-business executive who had worn a mask at a White House event, telling her to put it back on before she spoke.

    After facing criticism for not wearing a mask during a visit to a Mayo Clinic facility last week, Vice President Mike Pence wore one at a General Motorsplant. In a Fox News town hall Sunday, he expressed regret.
    “I didn’t think it was necessary, but I should have worn a mask at the Mayo Clinic,” he said.

    Trump and Pence get tested for Covid-19 frequently.
    Even before his trip to Arizona, public health experts said that Trump’s comments had undermined the already-muddled White House message on face masks.

    Dr. K. “Vish” Viswanath, a professor of health communication at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, said people notice when a leader’s behavior contradicts their own recommendations.

    “At the very least, it confuses people,” he said. “At the very worst, it might even cause them to question if these rules apply to them or if the message is really that critical.”

    But he said that images of Trump wearing a mask could be persuasive, especially for the president’s more skeptical supporters. Researchers call this the “Katie Couric effect,” after the journalist who had a televised colonoscopy, causing screening rates to soar.

    Trump’s dismissive attitude toward masks lines up with his GOP base. An ABC News/Ipsos poll released last week showed that 69% of Democrats reported having worn a face mask or covering when away from home in the past week, while only 47% of Republicans said the same. Many people protesting coronavirus lockdowns in a number of state capitals recently have also skipped wearing masks while gathering in large groups.

    Arizona is a new battleground state for the 2020 election, where some Republicans are getting strong Democratic challenges.
    Other political leaders have worn masks in public. The mayors of Chicago, Dallas and Los Angeles; the governors of California, Colorado, Florida, New York, Ohio, Virginia and Washington, and the heads of China, France, Greece, India and Japan have all worn them in public, as has Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Slovakian President Zuzana Caputova drew worldwide attention when she swore in a new prime minister wearing a fuchsia mask that matched her dress.
    Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden has criticized Trump for not wearing a mask, saying that he should listen to science and pledging to wear one himself in public.

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  • Trump claims he wore face mask at Honeywell plant

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    President Donald Trump says he did wear a face mask Tuesday at a Honeywell plant in Phoenix that makes them, but did so backstage, out of view of the press, for not too long a time. (May 6)

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  • President Trump Wears Face Mask for Part of Press Tour

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    President Trump has a face covering with the presidential seal on it. But he only wore it for part of his tour at a Ford plant in Michigan. He said he did not want to give the press the pleasure of seeing him in a face mask.



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  • Coronavirus outbreak: Trump says he wore a mask in “back area” of Michigan Ford plant

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    U.S. President Donald Trump said on Thursday, while touring a Ford plant in Michigan, that he had worn a mask and goggles in a back area of the facility.

    When he spoke with reporters, he showed off what he said was his mask and a face shield, but was not wearing the mask at that time. He said he didn't want to give the press the pleasure of seeing it on his face while in front of the cameras.

    Whether or not Trump would wear a mask was a point of contention for some officials in the state, with the attorney general, Dana Nessel, saying in an interview that should the President not wear a mask, he'd be asked not to return to any unclosed facilities in the state.

    Ford had shared its safety policies with the White House on Tuesday, including the requirement to wear a mask in all facilities at all time, but according to reports had added that the White House had its own safety and testing policies and would make its own determinations as to the President’s personal mask use.

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  • Trump announces new CDC guidelines recommending masks | ABC News

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    BREAKING: Pres. Trump: The CDC is advising the use of non-medical cloth face covering as an additional, voluntary public health measure.

    It's voluntary. You don't have to do it...I don't think I'm going to be doing it.

    Pressed further, Trump says, Somehow sitting in the Oval Office, behind that beautiful Resolute Desk...I think wearing a face mask as I greet presidents, prime ministers, dictators, kings, queens...I don't see it for myself. abcn.ws/34d356v #donaldtrump #CDC #masks #coronavirus #covid19

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  • CDC Urges Americans Wear Nonmedical Cloth Masks But Trump Says He Won’t Wear One

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    President Donald Trump said the U.S. Centers for Disease and Prevention is recommending the use of non-surgical grade cloth masks as a voluntary measure to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

    “It’s only a recommendation,” Trump told reporters at the White House on Friday, adding that the suggestion doesn’t replace guidance on social distancing. “It’s voluntary.”

    The announcement marks a reversal for health officials, who’d previously said that those without symptoms didn’t need to wear a mask. Trump said the CDC isn’t recommending the use of commercial medical-grade masks, which are in short supply at hospitals.

    Officials in New York City, the epicenter of the outbreak in the U.S., and in California’s Bay Area on Thursday told residents they should cover their faces when they are outside.

    More than 266,600 people in the U.S. have tested positive for the virus and more than 6,800 have died, according to a tally by Johns Hopkins University.

    Public-health authorities and researchers have been racing to understand how the coronavirus spreads. A growing body of research suggests that small, virus-laden droplets of spit or mucus from a cough, sneeze or even talking could linger in the air, creating a source of infection that circumvents hand-washing and surface cleaning. There is also more evidence that people without symptoms could be causing infections.

    Scientists originally believed that the risk of infections came mainly from droplets produced when an infected person coughed or sneezed. Recent research suggests that the virus may also be aerosolized when a patient exhales.

    Surgeon General Jerome Adams said wearing masks could help prevent asymptomatic people from spreading coronavirus. He told reporters at the White House that people should consider wearing them in pharmacies and drug stores.

    Trump told reporters he doesn’t plan to wear a mask as he meets with people at the White House. The president has repeatedly tested negative for the virus.

    He said the coverings can be home-made or purchased online, Trump said. He said Americans shouldn’t try to obtain medical masks.

    “Medical protective gear must be reserved for the front-line health care workers who are performing those vital services,” Trump said.

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  • Trump says he wore mask at Michigan plant, but was avoiding cameras

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    Donald Trump's decision to appear without a protective mask during part of a visit to Ford's Michigan plant drew the the ire of the state attorney general, Dana Nessel, who told CNN: 'The president is like a petulant child'. Nessel had previously written to the White House to insist it is the 'law that everyone in the state' should wear a mask.

    A photograph posted by NBC to social media appears to show the president wearing a face covering during his touring of carmaker Ford's plant in Ypsilanti, which has been producing ventilators and PPE during the coronavirus outbreak, but as Trump addressed reporters he was not wearing a mask. The president said that: 'I had one on before. I wore one in the back area. I didn’t want to give the press the pleasure of seeing it'

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  • COVID 19: Why face masks will help you, not harm you!

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    Coronavirus Update: We are here in the end of June and are seeing several states with surging coronavirus cases as the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic hits the south and southwest. With these latest trends, some states have slowed their re-opening. There is also this ongoing debate about the usage of face masks, and whether mandatory mask policies should be instated.

    Now nobody likes wearing a mask, I certainly don't. However most of us believe it is an effective way to reduce the rate of spread of COVID 19 in the community. We do have some evidence for this (not great data, but some!), and obviously there is very little downside to wearing masks esp if cases are rising. Here I'll try to convinced you why masks should be worn by all especially if you are in one of the hot zones of cases!

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  • Trump Arrives in Phoenix to Tour Arizona Honeywell Face Mask Plant

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    President Donald Trump touched down in Phoenix on Tuesday to tour the Honeywell International Inc. face mask production assembly line in where he will take part in a tour and deliver remarks during his Arizona visit.

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