OPINION: New questions arise about Trump’s event at Honeywell mask factory

President Trump touring a Phoenix Honeywell plant that’s manufacturing N95 masks./CNN

By Greg Sargent | The Washington Post

(Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussion purposes only.)

President Trump traveled to Arizona on Tuesday, where he toured a Honeywell plant that’s manufacturing N95 masks. Trump did not wear a mask during the visit, and neither did the Trump aides and Honeywell executives who interacted in close quarters with him.

In case you doubted that this was fundamentally a campaign trip, Trump tweeted out a campaign-style video of the event that depicted him as presiding over a robust effort to generate the supplies needed to combat the novel coronavirus, which he has in reality utterly failed to do.


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