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Trump says he finally wore a mask — but not for cameras

President Donald Trump says he finally overcame his aversion to wearing masks against the coronavirus -- yet he didn't want be photographed. Touring a Ford auto factory in Ypsilanti, Michigan, where workers have converted to building respirators and other medical equipment for fighting COVID-19, Trump holds up a mask and declares he covered his face earlier.

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