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Why mask wearing becomes political in the US?

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ceciliazhang

Jun 30, 2020, 09:25


The president of the United States doesn't wear mask. Neither does his vice-president. Wearing a face mask has gotten political in the United States, where coronavirus cases have exceeded 2.5 million, and killed over 125-thousand people. Now President Trump is coming under growing pressure from Republicans and Democrats to set an example for the country by wearing a face mask as the number of U.S. coronavirus cases hits new highs. Would he wear it?

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emanreus

re: "The president of the United States doesn't wear mask. Neither does his vice-president."


  Are they are that brainless?

   I couldn't give a hood if he or his so and so is wearing a mask.

Since I want to protect myself by being spit on over there, at the same time I'd want to protect others from the spittle I received...

Send them back to school to learn about the orign of life...

GhostBuster

US President Donald John Trump lost his grip on everything!

In order to cause distraction on his failures, his only debase trick is to bring focus on unimportant but damaging matters and issues to US citizens.

With this which he is great in top performance, he leads US down the road to self destruction at his own hands without mercy!

A long waited moment for greatness of US!