Trump told to wear coronavirus mask for Ford factory visit


President Donald Trump tours a Honeywell International Inc. factory producing N95 masks during his first trip since widespread COVID-19 related lockdowns went into effect May 5, 2020, in Phoenix, Arizona.

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Ford Motor Company said Tuesday that it told the White House that President Donald Trump and other people with him will have to wear masks for coronavirus precautions when he visits a Michigan factory manufacturing ventilators Thursday.

But it’s not clear that Trump, who has shunned wearing a mask, will comply with that directive.

Asked later Tuesday if he will wear a mask at Ford’s Rawsonville Components Plant in Ypsilanti, Trump told reporters, “I…


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