President Trump Wears Mask In Private But Avoids In Front Of Camera

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U.S. President Donald Trump briefly wore a face mask during his visit to the Ford auto plant in Michigan on Thursday — and he didn’t want to be seen doing so.

President Donald Trump said Thursday he’d finally overcome his aversion to wearing masks against the coronavirus — yet he didn’t want be photographed.

WATCH: U.S. President Donald Trump said on Thursday he did wear a face mask during parts of his tour at the Ford Rawsonville.

“I had one on before. I wore one in this back area but I didn’t want to give the press the pleasure of seeing it,” he told reporters.

Almost everyone at the Ford factory was wearing a face covering, in line with company policy and government recommendations on curtailing the highly contagious virus.

Trump has said he doesn’t need to wear a mask because he gets tested daily for the coronavirus.

U.S. President Donald Trump holds his protective face mask as he speaks.

Meanwhile, Trump’s critics were quick to share the photos of him in a mask, spreading the images across Twitter to spite the president.

There were others who offered some positive reviews of Trump’s masked look.

“Can I just say that I love the mask,” one woman tweeted. “Please can we see more of this type of leadership. Mr. Trump you look so … handsome.”

Harsh Raj

Saathi News Head Of Editor And Writer Team

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