Trump Expects to Wear Mask for Weekend Visit With Injured Soldiers at Walter Reed
President Donald Trump waves to members of the media on the South Lawn of the White House on Friday. (Andrew Harnik/AP)
Trump, who has largely eschewed face masks despite many experts' calls to don them during the pandemic, says a hospital is an appropriate setting for the precaution. "I'm going to Walter Reed to see some of our great soldiers who have been injured," Trump said. "Badly injured. And also see some of our COVID workers, people who have done such a great job. "And I expect to be wearing a mask when I go into Walter Reed. You're in a hospital so I think it's a very appropriate thing." [Full Story]
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