Trump says may head outdoors for campaign rallies amid pandemic

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During a visit to the factory in Arizona, the President was not seen wearing a mask.

President Donald Trump confirmed Thursday he is "not closing our country" again even if a second wave of COVID-19 hits the United States.

A new poll by the Associated Press and University of Chicago gives him a 41 percent job approval rating - a number that has been consistent throughout his presidency. "If you're not well, you're feeling awful, you're sick, you have a reasonable excuse, you should be able to vote by mail in", Trump said.

Dr. Anthony Fauci is urging officials to be on alert.

"I think it sets an example both ways". Trump first tweeted - erroneously - that the Democratic state official had mailed absentee ballots to MI voters.

Trump met with several of the company's top officials, including Ford Executive Chairman Bill Ford Jr. and CEO Jim Hackett, while not wearing a face mask in violation of the company's safety protocols and not long after.

Why did Trump not wear a face covering throughout the facility?

President Trump toured a Ford manufacturing plant in MI that was repurposed to make personal protective equipment.

However, the president is tested daily, and said on Thursday that he had tested negative. Trump to not wear a mask inside.

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The senator went on to say, we have to get rid of the notion that things need to be flawless in order for schools to reopen. The White House has had its own brush with the spread of the virus in unexpected places.


President Donald Trump speaks as he tours Ford's Rawsonville Components Plant that has been converted to making personal protection and medical equipment, in Ypsilanti, Mich., on May 21, 2020. "You'll break the country if you don't".

Trump narrowly won MI in 2016.

The president was asked today at the White House about whether he was still taking hydroxychloroquine. "But there's a reason for it, that's OK". Campaign advisers have grown increasingly anxious about MI, believing that the president's attacks on Whitmer have not worked and that the toll the virus has taken in the Detroit area, particularly among African Americans, will prove costly politically.

And, Trump concluded, "Americans who need and want to return to work should not be vilified".

Pence made headlines earlier this month when he violated the Mayo Clinic's policy by not wearing a mask while visiting patients at the hospital.

But the USA now has a surplus of the breathing machines, leading Trump to begin describing the U.S.as the "king of ventilators".

Whitmer did not accompany Trump during the visit.

"I made the case that, you know, we all have to be on the same page here".

"If we are unsuccessful, or prematurely try to open up, and we have additional outbreaks that are out of control, it could be a rebound to get us right back in the same boat that we were in a few weeks ago", Fauci told CNN at the time.

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