Trump tours, touts mask factory — but no mask for him

ZEKE MILLER, JILL COLVIN and DARLENE SUPERVILLE Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) — Making himself Exhibit A for reopening the country, President Donald Trump visited an Arizona face mask factory Tuesday, using the trip to demonstrate his determination to see an easing of stay-at-home orders even as the coronavirus remains a dire threat. Trump did not wear a mask despite guidelines saying they should be worn inside the factory at all times. "The people of our country should think of themselves as warriors. We have to open," Trump declared as he left Washington on a trip that was more about the journey than the destination. In Arizona, Trump acknowledged the human cost of returning to normalcy. "I'm not saying anything is perfect, and yes, will some people be affected? Yes. Will some pe
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