A new photo shows President Donald Trump wore a face mask during his tour of Ford's Rawsonville plant in Ypsilanti Thursday.
Trump has been against wearing masks when making visits.
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The photo was tweeted out by Michigan GOP Press Secretary Hannah Osantowske but later deleted.
He later told reporters "I wore one in this back area, but I didn't want to give the press the pleasure of seeing it."
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel urged Trump to wear a face mask during his visit to the plant. She sent a letter to the White House saying members of the White House have a “legal,” “moral” and “social” responsibility to wear a face covering inside of the facility.
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